“There won’t be an infrastructure bill unless we have a reconciliation bill. Plain and simple.”    — U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, June 24, 2021

What’s happening on infrastructure? On August
Continue Reading Don’t Forget: The Senate Can’t Pass a Reconciliation Bill Until the House Passes a Budget Resolution

On June 8th, the U.S. Senate passed S.1260, the United States Innovation and Competition Act (USICA). The legislation strengthens manufacturing and basic research in key industry sectors and
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Last week, the House Republican Conference voted 102-84 to lift their decade-old ban on the practice of earmarks by secret ballot, smoothing the way for a bipartisan resurrection of the
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GT Government Law & Policy Shareholder Rob Mangas is quoted in a March 10 Bloomberg Businessweek article, One Name for Build Back Better Is ‘Infrastructure-Plus-Plus’.

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Continue Reading Rob Mangas Quoted in Bloomberg Businessweek Article, One Name for Build Back Better Is ‘Infrastructure-Plus-Plus’

“In my first appearance before a joint session of Congress, I will lay out my Build Back Better recovery plan. It’ll make historic investments in infrastructure, that Build Back Better
Continue Reading The ‘Second’ Reconciliation Bill? President Biden’s ‘Build Back Better’ Plan and the Agenda After COVID Legislation

Please join Greenberg Traurig for a webinar to discuss the recently enacted Covid-Relief bill. We will provide an overview of the stimulus package and discuss eligibility and application criteria for
Continue Reading A Primer on the COVID-Relief and Omnibus Package for the Hospitality Industry