Senator Joe Manchin on Bipartisanship
“Governing from the middle: A common-sense approach to making government work for the American people” was a program from the Center for Effective Public Management of the Brookings Institution.
Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) talked about legislation he is sponsoring that is intended to reduce waste and improve government performance and efficiency. He also talked about his experiences as governor and how the never-ending cycle of fundraising hurts bipartisanship. After his remarks he responded to questions from Elaine Kamarck and members of the audience.
“Governing from the middle: A common-sense approach to making government work for the American people” was a program from the Center for Effective Public Management of the Brookings Institution. close
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John Hudak Fellow Brookings Institution->Governance Studies Program
Elaine C. Kamarck Founding Director Brookings Institution->Center for Effective Public Management
Joe Manchin III U.S. Senator (Class 1) [D] West Virginia
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