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Heinz Radio: Immigration Reform 88.3FM

Heinz Radio: Immigration Reform 88.3FM

Join us Thursdays From 5:00 to 5:30pm on 88.3FM or the WRCT live stream for Policy That Matters. Immigration reform is one of the most salient issues in the United States. There are currently 11.5 million undocumented people living in the United States. A team of eight senators has been working on a...

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Funny and Successful?

Funny and Successful?

By Alyssa Connelly, MEIM ’13 I am writing in response to an article I recently read on Forbes.com entitled “Are Funny People More Successful in Business?” by Jenna Goudreau, a member of the Forbes Staff who primarily reports on navigating success for professional women. This topic is of special...

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Amplifying Foreign Policy: Interview with Anne-Marie Slaughter

Amplifying Foreign Policy: Interview with Anne-Marie Slaughter

By Elizabeth Schuelke, MSPPM ’13 After being asked to join a small group of students to meet with Anne-Marie Slaughter, I conducted a little research to get a better understanding of her background. To say her career has been impressive would be modest. Anne-Marie Slaughter is at the forefront...

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Obama’s Jobs Plan

Becca and Paula talk about Obama’s jobs plan in detail! Listen Now!

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Policy Viewpoint: Against Clean Air Rollbacks

This memo will convey my conviction that the current Administration’s changes to the Clean Air Act’s ‘New Source Review’ (NSR) program will, in measurable terms, lead to unacceptable declines in the quality of human health. Furthermore, rolling back NSR regulations will most certainly assure...

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Policy Viewpoint: For Clean Skies

Despite current objections by environmental groups, evidence continues to suggest that Clear Skies will bring the greatest economicand environmental benefits of any proposed air quality improvement program, including continuation of the status quo under the Clean Air Act. Specifically, the program will...

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