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Weekly Wrap - It was back to business as usual this week in Harrisburg, as the Senate returned for three days of voting session. While not in session, the House of Representatives was also busy, holding some public...more

Window on Washington - Vol. 1, Issue 34

by Clark Hill PLC on

Short-term Continuing Resolution Likely Needed to Fund Government Past December Deadline: Republicans are focused on tax reform through Thanksgiving, and when lawmakers return from the upcoming holiday recess, they will have...more

Changes to Florida Emergency Rules for ALF and Nursing Home Generators

by Holland & Knight LLP on

As previously reported, Florida regulators have published emergency rules requiring nursing homes and assisted living facilities (ALF) to obtain generators and fuel sufficient to keep their facilities at 80 degrees or less...more

NRC Staff Recommends Not Pursuing a Potentially Costly Rulemaking regarding Radioactive Material, but Leaves the Door Open to...

by Bryan Cave on

Radioactive material is commonly used in the oil & gas and petrochemical industries and by cancer treatment providers. The use, storage, and transfer of radioactive material are often managed by companies’ health, safety, and...more

News from Second & State

Weekly Wrap - This was the Senate’s first week back from their summer break and it was rather quiet up on the hill as negotiations were still taking place on the budget. The Senate sent their spending plan to the House of...more

Fall Legislative Sessions Commence; Attorney General Certifies Ballot Questions

by Mintz Levin on

Massachusetts lawmakers have returned from summer recess and are preparing to tackle a robust legislative agenda this fall. Legislators will meet formally through the third Wednesday in November, at which point formal...more

Fall Legislative Sessions Commence; Attorney General Certifies Ballot Questions

Massachusetts lawmakers have returned from summer recess and are preparing to tackle a robust legislative agenda this fall. Legislators will meet formally through the third Wednesday in November, at which point formal...more

STATE BUDGET UPDATE: In A Historic Move, House Votes To Override 11 of the Governor's Vetoes From State Budget

by Roetzel & Andress on

The last time the Legislature voted to override multiple state budget vetoes was exactly forty (40) years ago to this day on July 6, 1977 under then Governor James Rhodes (R) and former longtime House Speaker Vern Riffe (D)....more

Some Will Always Have Paris: Withdrawal from the Climate Change Accord May Not Reduce the Heat on the Health Care Industry

President Trump’s decision earlier this month to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement—an international, nonbinding agreement to take steps to limit global temperature rise—followed a series of moves at the...more

News From Second & State

Weekly Wrap - As we close out week two of “budget month,” there’s not a whole lot to report on that front. After the Governor signed the long awaited pension reform bill on Monday, House Majority Leader Dave Reed...more

The State AG Report Weekly Update

by Cozen O'Connor on

Democrat Steve Deetelbach Announces Bid for Ohio Attorney General- Steve Deetelbach formally announced his candidacy to become Ohio AG. Deetelbach is the first Democrat to officially enter the 2018 Ohio AG race,...more

FY2018 Massachusetts Budget Update: The Senate Ways and Means Budget

On May 16, 2017, the Massachusetts Senate Ways and Means Committee proposed a $40.791 billion FY2018 budget. The budget, which increases spending by 3.3% over FY2017 levels, spends $280 million more than Governor Charlie...more

NC Legislative Update: May 2017

by Nexsen Pruet, PLLC on

This Week - Longtime legislative reporter Mark Binker, most recently editor of the The Insider, passed away unexpectedly this past Saturday at 43 years old. Mark was a friend to many including the Nexsen Pruet Public...more

What's New in Washington: 10 Things You Need to Know

Congress returned to session the week of April 24 following a two-week recess. Active discussions and debate surrounding the American Health Care Act (AHCA) and efforts to “repeal-and-replace” the Affordable Care Act resumed...more

FY2018 Massachusetts Budget Update: The House Budget

On April 25, 2017, the Massachusetts House of Representatives passed a $40.829 billion FY2018 budget by vote of 159-1. Over two days of debate, the House considered 1,210 amendments to pass a final budget that spends...more

Indiana 2017 Legislative Wrap-up

by Faegre Baker Daniels on

Indiana lawmakers had plenty of reasons to celebrate the conclusion of the 2017 legislative session — they finished a week early in what leadership called a “monumental” year. Here is a look at the raw number of bills...more

News from Second and State

Weekly Wrap - It was a busy week in Harrisburg with both chambers in session at the same time in over a month. Monday wasn’t a voting session day, but the House Aging and Older Adult Services, House Health, and...more

This Month in Corruption: Smuggled Drugs, Bogus Billing, Tampered Equipment

by PretiFlaherty on

Wrong Way to Keep Prisoners in Line. The office of William D. Weinreb, acting U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts, announced March 3 that two former corrections officers at the Essex County Correctional facility...more

Your Cyber Minute: Attorney-client privilege in the midst of a cybersecurity breach

by Hogan Lovells on

In the wake of a cyber attack, it’s a common assumption that attorney-client privilege is ironclad. It’s not that simple. Partners Harriet Pearson and Michelle Kisloff examine the nuances and offer best practices. ...more

Window On Washington - This Week in the Nation's Capital

by Clark Hill PLC on

Budget Work Stymied: With the House and Senate headed for a mid-April recess, work on completing the Fiscal Year 2017 appropriations for 10 of the 11 appropriations bills remains unfinished despite an approaching April 28th...more

What’s New in Washington: 10 Things You Need to Know

The Trump presidency is halfway through its first 100 days. The legislative and executive branches are under a unified Republican government for only the second time since the Eisenhower administration, and the GOP is seeking...more

Your Cyber Minute: Lessons learned from the automotive sector

by Hogan Lovells on

The internet of things has presented new challenges across all industries. Hear partners Harriet Pearson and Tim Tobin discuss what others can learn from automotive in this sharing of best practices. ...more

President Trump's Address to Congress: The Path Forward for 2017

by Bryan Cave on

On Tuesday evening, President Trump addressed a joint session of Congress to outline the path forward for his 2017 policy agenda. The president’s agenda is ambitious, yet Trump signaled the White House’s desire to work with...more

French Legal and Regulatory Update - January 2017

by Hogan Lovells on

The Paris office of Hogan Lovells is pleased to provide this English language edition of our monthly e-newsletter, which offers a legal and regulatory update covering France and Europe for January 2017. 1. Audovisual...more

Cybersecurity 2017: The Year in Preview

by Foley Hoag LLP on

Introduction - Cybersecurity was a prominent factor in 2016 in all aspects of government, business and personal affairs. Russian and other foreign national hacking has the potential to spark a new form of cold...more

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