Public Policy Roundup
Washington turns its attention to technology companies in response to the spread of "fake news," and Congress inches toward a framework for tax reform.
Our weekly roundup is back, featuring insights on tax reform, midterm elections, new federal rules for banks and other issues the middle market should be watching.
After a failed health care vote, the U.S. Senate joined the House in August recess. What should we expect when they return?
In this week's headlines, the Senate confirmed appointees and mulled how to pass tax reform while the administration pushed to roll back the Volcker Rule.
The border adjustment tax is dead, the new Fed vice chair wants transparency, and P3s were touted as a panacea to U.S. infrastructure woes in this week’s top stories.