Assessing the Agenda for Congress' First 100 Hours

Assessing the Agenda for Congress' First 100 Hours

Policy Experts Available for Analysis of Majority Proposals
January 03, 2007

Contact:    

Richard Morrison, 202.331.2273

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Assessing the Agenda for Congress’ First 100 Hours

Policy Experts Available for Analysis of Majority Proposals

 

<?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />Washington, D.C., January 4, 2007—With the opening of the 110th Congress, the new majorities in the House and Senate are preparing to embark on an ambitious domestic policy agenda. A higher minimum wage, lower Medicare drug prices, changes to oil and gas royalties and subsidies for renewable energy are all on the front-burner.

 

As Congress moves forward with these proposals, the policy experts of the Competitive Enterprise Institute will be watching and tracking their progress. For analysis on the costs and implications of this new legislation, contact CEI in the days and weeks ahead.  

 

 

Public Policy Experts Available for Interviews

Myron Ebell

Director of Energy Policy

202-331-2256 / mebell@cei.org

Issues: Energy, environmental politics, global warming.

Ivan Osorio

Editorial Director

202-331-2279 / iosorio@cei.org

Issues: Minimum wage, organized labor, international trade.

Brooke Oberwetter

Policy Analyst

202-331-2282 / boberwetter@cei.org

Issues: Medicare, drug safety, FDA.

 

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