No Waves Created in U.S. Foreign and Trade Policy

Foreign policy was not a determining factor in the U.S. midterm elections. The outcome is unlikely to shift the international priorities of the Biden administration as it confronts a fractured geopolitical landscape in 2023. In this article, we examine the midterm elections results’ implications for U.S. foreign policy. […]

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Bipartisan Midterm Prognostications with Peter Carson (R) and Ashley Etienne (D): What We’re Watching and Expecting from the 2022 Midterm Elections

As Powell Tate works with clients to prepare for the 2022 midterm elections and a new Congress, Democrat Ashley Etienne and Republican Peter Carson crossed the proverbial aisle to talk about what issues and races they’re watching, their predictions and what to expect from the new Congress. […]

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Climate Spotlight 2022

As world leaders, CEOs, advocates and policymakers convene for the UN General Assembly, NY Climate Week and several other high-profile convenings this month, our team is tracking key climate trends, policies, events and implications for corporate leaders. We created the Climate Spotlight 2022 briefing to provide an overview of recent trends and policy actions and look ahead to global climate diplomacy through the end of this year. […]

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A Changing Digital Landscape in Europe

While U.S. is debating a series of technology policies, Europe is moving ahead to remake its digital regulatory landscape. The Digital Services Act (DSA) and the Digital Markets Act (DMA) are intended to address changes that have altered the EU’s digital economy in recent years. Both laws will apply to U.S. companies operating in Europe — and some provisions may be an indicator for legislative action in Washington. […]

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Policy Matters – August Recess Edition

From Inflation Reduction Act, National Gun Safety Legislation, to CHIPS and Science Act, the summer edition of Powell Tate Policy Matters focuses on some of the most high-profile legislation that has passed both chambers in recent months, as well as what’s on deck for Fall after Congress resumes. […]

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Summary of the Climate Provisions in the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022

Designed to tackle climate change, lower healthcare costs, reduce the federal deficit and fight inflation, the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 includes the largest federal investment to slow global warming, support the development of a green economy, and mitigate the impact of a changing climate on businesses and society. […]

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Policy Matters: A Look at How States are Addressing Social, Health and Economic Issues

With federal policymakers at a near standstill on many economic and social issues, state-level elected officials are having an increasing impact on Americans’ daily lives. This edition of Policy Matters looks at how states are handling key issues from data privacy to climate change, and more. […]

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Modernizing America’s Infrastructure and How Companies Can Begin to Prepare

Across America, the “Infrastructure Decade” is upon us. The $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will impact almost every industry and community across the nation. Companies should assess how they plan to navigate the business and communications opportunities surrounding the government funding. […]

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Anticipating the Year Ahead: Global Events in Watch in 2022

As the world enters a new year, continued uncertainty over the path of the global COVID-19 pandemic, an evolving set of economic challenges, rising political and social unrest and the prospect of geopolitical conflicts that could disrupt business and international relations persist. Going into 2022, we’re keeping our eyes on several key issues and events. […]

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