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  • Charlie Cook Discusses Election 2016 Results
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    Charlie Cook on Campaign 2016 Results

    Charlie Cook reviewed the results of the 2016 election, which saw Donald Trump win the White House and Republicans retain control of Congress. He focused on the factors that motivated…

  • Conversation with Labor Secretary Thomas Perez
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    Conversation with Labor Secretary Thomas Perez

    Labor Secretary Tom Perez talked about job training, workers' rights and the economy at a National Journal event. He outlined workforce initiatives and the infrastructure in place to invest…

  • Charlie Cook Campaign 2016 Preview
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    Charlie Cook on Campaign 2016

    Charlie Cook previewed the 2016 presidential election. He talked about the candidates on both sides of the race, and those he thought might make it through the primaries to be their…

  • National Journal Forum on Mental Health Care
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    Mental Health Care

    Panelists spoke at a forum on ways to improve the nation’s mental health care system. In keynote address, Representative Tim Murphy (R-PA) and Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) shared details of their mental…

  • Discussion on the Press and the Presidency
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    White House Correspondents' Association Student Scholarship Luncheon

    The day before the annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner, reporters talked about their experiences covering the presidency. Topics the access the receive as members of the…

  • Senator Lamar Alexander and Undersecretary Ted Mitchell on College Affordability
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    College Affordability and Federal Student Aid

    Senate Health Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee Chair Lamar Alexander (R-TN) and Education Undersecretary Ted Mitchell were among the speakers at an event on the cost of higher…

  • Immigration and Demographics Advocates Panel
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    Immigration and Demographics, Advocates Panel

    Panelists talked about about immigration and its ongoing effect on the demographics of cities and communities around the country. This was a panel of the National Journal program “The Next…

  • Discussion on Immigration Policy
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    Immigration and Demographics, Mayors Panel

    Mayors from California, Colorado, and Utah talked about immigration policy and the nation’s changing demographics. The program opened with an interview of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti (D). “New Faces, New…

  • Immigration and Demographics Administration and Policy Panel
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    Immigration and Demographics, Administration and Policy Panel

    Henry Cisneros and Alfonso Aguilar talked about President Obama’s 2014 executive actions on immigration, and the potential for immigration legislation out of the Republican-controlled 114th Congress.…

  • Former Members of Congress on Midterms Elections
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    Former Members of Congress on Midterms Elections

    Former members of Congress talked about the results of the 2014 midterm elections and their likely impact on Congress. Topics included tea party movement members of the House and Senate. “Can Congress…

  • Charlie Cook on the Midterm Election Results
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    Charlie Cook on the Midterm Election Results

    Charlie Cook talked about some of the early outcomes of the 2014 midterm elections. He called the election a wave for Republicans but would not go so far as to call it a “tsunami” change such as those that…

  • Discussion on the 2014 Midterm Election Results
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    Midterm Election Results

    Celinda Lake and Whit Ayres, Democratic and Republican pollsters, analyzed the results of the 2014 midterm elections on Congress and what the results could mean for the 2016 presidential election. “About Last…

  • Lobbyists on Midterm Election Results
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    Lobbyists on Midterm Election Results

    “A Walk Down Influence Alley: A Conversation with K Street Power Players” was part of National Journal's “day after” conference examining the previous night’s elections results and their…

  • Discussion with Charlie Cook on Midterm Elections
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    National Journal Midterm Election Preview

    Charlie Cook previewed the 2014 midterm elections with former pollsters for Bill Clinton and Mitt Romney. They talked about the impact of changing demographics on the Republican Party,…

  • Former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair Speaks at Fiscal Conf
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    Middle Class Participation in the U.S. Economy

    National Journal and The Atlantic hosted a conference to discuss the U.S. financial system five years after the market crash of 2008 and the state of Americans' personal finances. Sheila Bair…

  • Cook Report Team Reviews 2014 Elections
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    2014 Midterm Elections

    Cook Political Report staff talked about the influential factors in the 2014 House and Senate races. Charlie Cook said Republican Party “brand” difficulties and second presidential term “fatigue” were…

  • National Journal Health Care
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    National Journal Health Care

    Representatives Rosa DeLauro (D-CT) and Michael Burgess (R-TX) spoke at a National Journal forum on the impact of the Affordable Care Act. Health policy experts from various organizations…

  • Charlie Cook Talks About 2014 Midterm Elections
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    Charlie Cook on 2014 Elections

    Charlie Cook outlined some of the trends and factors that might shape the 2014 midterm and 2016 presidential elections. Regarding 2014, he predicted that Republicans were unlikely to lose…

  • Auto Makers on Fuel Efficiency
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    Auto Makers on Fuel Efficiency

    Automobile manufacturer executives talked about the prospects for electric, natural gas and hydrogen-powered vehicles. Topics included challenges to meeting Obama administration fuel efficiency standards, ways to make…

  • Medicare Reform
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    Medicare Reform

    Panelists talked about ways to end Medicare’s current structure, which pays based on the quantity of services provided rather than the health of the patient. Dana Safran in her remarks said trying to find…

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