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The Lobby Shop lets listeners tune in to conversations between Washington insiders who are directly involved in the biggest political and policy issues of our day. Hosted by Josh Zive, Liam Donovan, and Paul Nathanson of Bracewell's Policy Resolution Group in Washington DC, this weekly podcast dives into the most recent news from Capitol Hill and beyond with input from foremost experts in their respective fields. Have a topic you'd like to hear discussed on the show? We'd love to hear from y ...
 
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This week, we’re joined by JJ Green, National Security Correspondent at WTOP and host of the Target USA podcast, to discuss national security issues and what they may look like in 2019. We also cover the government shutdown as the news has changed hour-to-hour this week.
 
This week, our hosts interview the PRG bullpen, consisting of our fall semester Interns and 2018-2019 Fellow. Topics include how the youngest Millennials will continue to shape politics and advocacy, misconceptions the team had about lobbying before joining PRG, and what it takes to thrive in a DC internship.…
 
After a brief break from talking trade, Paul and Josh's favorite subject is back. Our guest this week is Stephen Pavlick, former Deputy Assistant Secretary Legislative Affairs at the Treasury Department and current Washington Policy Analyst for Renaissance Macro. We discuss tariffs, NAFTA and the new USMCA, and Trade War strategies.…
 
The Lobby Shop is back from a quick Thanksgiving break with the federal budget and immigration at the forefront of DC news. We welcome Todd Schulte, President of FWD.us, to the show to discuss the politics and history of immigration reform in the U.S. and what the future of the issue looks like for a post-Midterms America.…
 
After last week's Nevada Blue Wave vs. Whole Foods Wave (ding!) feud between Josh and Liam, it was time to bring in a real Nevada politics expert: Jon Ralston, founder and editor of The Nevada Independent. #WeMatter
 
Our hosts debrief on the Midterm election and what the results mean for the next two years of politics in Washington. For a deep dive into industry-specific policy assessments of Midterm results, check out our episode published Wednesday that features the full audio of the PRG team's morning-after analysis webinar.…
 
On the morning of November 7, the PRG team hosted the fourth installment of its award-winning post-election analysis series. Here is an enhanced version of the full audio, featuring the following topics and speakers: - An overview of the results by PRG Co-Heads Scott Segal and Dee Martin - An interview with Brian Wolff, Executive Vice President ...…
 
Our guest this week is Sean Trende, Senior Elections Analyst at Real Clear Politics, and today it's all Midterms all the time (plus a bit of Halloween candy rankings and college basketball discussions).
 
This week we're joined by PRG co-head Scott Segal to discuss climate change and how it is likely to impact Midterm voting.
 
Josh sits down with Dee and Paul to discuss the events of May 9, 2017, the day President Trump fired the Director of the FBI, James Comey. The team recalls the chaos of that day, reflect on how the FBI and the Agents Association have done in the year since, and talk with a special guest calling from the road, FBIAA President Tom O'Connor.…
 
At 12:01 am on Tuesday, May 1, the temporary tariff exemptions on nations that provide 76% of American steel and aluminum imports will expire. Our trade experts Josh and Paul are operating hour to hour as we wait for something from the White House to stay these exemptions - tune in to hear the latest.…
 
It's been busy here in DC, but we're back to talk about the latest and biggest news coming from the Capital. On the docket for discussion today: this week's roll-out of #TariffsAreTaxes coalition to fight steel and aluminum tariffs, the "generic ballot" and what it tells us about Midterms, and a special 4/20 topic: federal decriminalization of ...…
 
Josh and Liam discuss the latest news on steel and aluminum tariffs and trade war threats as well as what these tariffs mean politically, specifically for the upcoming Midterms in November. We wrap up on the lighter topic of baseball season and breaking out binders of trading cards.
 
Happy Passover and Happy Easter weekend! Ezra Louvis, Research Specialist at PRG, joins The Lobby Shop for the first time to discuss the National Debate Tournament and the world of policy debate, a competitive activity that is a feature on the resumes of many Congress Members and top lobbyists. Josh also peppers in quick updates on the newly im ...…
 
Josh and Liam take a look at last week's special election in Pennsylvania and the success of Democrat Conor Lamb to discuss the current political climate in America and how it will likely impact November's midterm elections.
 
The past week in politics has been busy, and Josh, Liam, and Paul are here to break it down for you. We talk about the Pennsylvania special election and Democrat Conor Lamb's apparent victory, staff shake-ups in the Administration and the likelihood of more, and the exclusion/exception rules for impending steel and aluminum tariffs.…
 
Liam takes the driver's seat this week to interview our resident trade law guru, Josh Zive, on the proclamations released by the Administration yesterday for steel and aluminum tariffs. We explore exactly what these proclamations say, what they mean for international relations and the American economy, and how they will impact domestic businesses.…
 
Josh, Liam, and Paul react to the tumultuous past 24 hours of on-again-off-again steel and aluminum tariff announcements from the Administration. We break down the context and history of the proposed tariffs and the President's tweeted claims that trade wars are "easy to win."
 
Paul Nathanson swings by The Lobby Shop to talk with Josh about trade policy news. First up is a discussion of proposed steel tariffs and their potential to hurt American industry, then an update on NAFTA and Canada's interest in removing ISDS provisions, something that could impact the Administration's interest in renegotiating the trade agree ...…
 
From the passage of the 2018 budget deal to the President's FY19 budget proposal announcement, there has been a lot of talk in Washington about federal money and where it should go. Josh and Liam sit down with two lobbyists who have significant experience in this complicated area of government, Ed Krenik and John Lee, to discuss the political c ...…
 
Josh is joined by Liam Donovan, Scott Segal, and Anna Burhop to discuss last night's State of the Union Address, what President Trump's speech did (and did not) mention, and what that tells us about policy priorities in 2018.
 
Josh and Scott interview the newest member of the PRG team, Stoney Burke, who comes to us from the Hill where he served as Chief of Staff to Congressman Will Hurd (TX-23). We dive into Stoney's unique perspective on what 2018 holds for US policy and politics, the value of solution-driven lobbyists, and the upcoming State of the Union Address on ...…
 
This week, Liam takes a turn as host for a brief conversation with PRG's trade expert and most familiar voice, Josh Zive. We cover the history, context, and recent developments surrounding the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and other impending trade policy.
 
Welcome to 2018! After a holiday hiatus, we're back in The Lobby Shop with Liam Donovan to discuss the wrap of the tax reform bill, upcoming goals for Congress, and what the new year holds for US policy and politics.
 
One of the latest additions to Bracewell's DC team is Angela Styles, prominent government contracts lawyer and heavy hitter in Washington. From the Departments of Defense, Energy, Interior, Homeland Security and Veteran Affairs to the General Services Administration (GSA), Angela has assisted companies with issues ranging from procurement integ ...…
 
It's been a hectic few months in Washington, and this week was no exception. With that in mind, here is a bonus episode featuring PRG's resident tax expert Liam Donovan on the latest in tax reform and what's up next for the Conference Committee, final vote, and beyond. Tune in for a look behind the scenes and lots of seasonal analogies.…
 
This week, The Lobby Shop was honored with a visit from the President of the FBI Agents Association, Special Agent Tom O'Connor. We discuss developments within the Bureau and FBIAA since we last heard from Tom after Director Chris Wray's nomination, how FBIAA is able to support active, retired, and deceased Special Agents and their families, an ...…
 
PRG Co-heads Dee Martin and Scott Segal, recently named Top Lobbyists of 2017 by The Hill, stop by to talk about what its like to lobby in Washington, what it takes to be an effective lobbyists, and how they got into the world of lobbying.
 
Josh and Liam explore what's coming up for tax reform in light of this week's Senate tax plan and its differences and similarities compared to last week's House bill. We also discuss the news surrounding Roy Moore and how the allegations could impact tax reform's outlook, recap the results of the 2017 election and parse what they reveal about t ...…
 
Josh snags a few minutes with PRG's resident tax expert Liam Donovan for a quick, cursory discussion of the House's freshly released tax bill, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Josh and Liam cover the highlights of the bill, predictions on votes and potential controversy, next steps in the House, and what's coming up in the Senate.…
 
Josh and Liam revisit the Friday Five format for this week's episode, discussing tax reform and yesterday's budget adoption by the House, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and talk of US renegotiations and/or withdrawal, Congressional retirements and Senators Corker and Flake, the state of the GOP, and the outlook for Midterm elec ...…
 
Josh sits down with Paul Nathanson, George Felcyn, and Frank Maisano to discuss the U.S. International Trade Commission's controversial Section 201 solar imports case. From the history of Section 201 petitions to the motives of this case's plaintiffs to the sheer impact of the proposed tariffs, our team breaks down this complex subject. To lear ...…
 
Josh and Liam discuss the latest developments at the EPA regarding the Obama Administration's Clean Power Plan (CPP) with our Bracewell colleague Jeff Holmstead, former assistant administrator of the EPA for Air and Radiation and current head of Bracewell's Environmental Strategies Group. Jeff lends his expertise to help explain the background ...…
 
Welcome to October! Tax reform is the name of the game in Washington right now, so today Josh sits down with new PRG team member and tax policy expert Liam Donovan to break down the process, budget challenges, the latest updates, and his projections for the future. For Liam's "No Budget, No Tax Bill" article referenced in this episode, visit bi ...…
 
Josh Zive chats with Liam Donovan, DC political commentator and tax expert, on the Capitol climate, what's on the minds of Congress members, and how those assessments fit in with our earlier predictions for September. Peppered in are college basketball opinions, a tragic lack of Game of Thrones content, and the latest fashion tips from The Hill ...…
 
The newest addition to the PRG team, Anna Burhop, comes to us with an extensive background on The Hill and more.
 
Frequent Lobby Shop guest and tax expert extraordinaire Curt Beaulieu is leaving the PRG family this week, so as a token of our appreciation for his work here and to say farewell to a great friend, Josh Zive gets a few last takes on what's coming down the pike for Congress on tax reform, learns more about the Gang of Six and the reconciliation ...…
 
Josh Zive chats with Scott Segal in this week's Friday Five episode of The Lobby Shop about Congress's September to-do list, Charlottesville and classifying domestic terrorism as a federal crime, Secretary Pruitt's EPA, what's on the minds of energy companies lately, and, of course, Game of Thrones.
 
Josh Zive interviews PRG's summer interns on their penultimate day in DC about their experiences, the unique opportunities this city offers, and words of wisdom for anyone considering a DC-area internship. (Also, for the second week in a row, we must warn you that the end of this episode contains slight Game of Thrones spoilers. We're huge fans.)…
 
Josh Zive talks with Dee Martin about the top five topics of the last week: what happens during Congress's August break, newly confirmed FBI Director Chris Wray, updated leadership within the White House, sanction legislation for Russia and Venezuela, and from the grab bag: Game of Thrones! (Light spoilers for the July 30 episode)…
 
Josh Zive talks with Paul Nathanson and Curt Beaulieu about the top five topics of the last week: Senate health care votes, Attorney General Sessions' job security, declaring policy via Twitter, Senior Advisor Scaramucci and defining "the record," and upcoming tax reform efforts.
 
Our host Josh Zive talks with Curt Beaulieu about the Congressional timeline for health care and the ins and outs of what follows on the docket: tax reform.
 
Paul Nathanson, Caitlin Sickles, making her The Lobby Shop debut, and host Josh Zive explore the role of new and social media in advocacy, crisis and politics.
 
Josh Zive and Paul Nathanson discuss the five issues from the past week that people should be thinking about over the weekend.
 
Last week, the country witnessed an attack against members of Congress when a gunman opened fire on a Congressional baseball practice in Alexandria, VA. Five people were injured, including House Majority Whip Scalise of Louisiana. In this week's episode of The Lobby Shop, Josh Zive is joined by John Lee and Curt Beaulieu, all deeply involved in ...…
 
Josh Zive, Dee Martin, and Paul Nathanson, who routinely work with the FBI Agents Association, discuss former FBI Director James Comey's congressional testimony, and look ahead as the FBI searches for its next director.
 
Everyone is talking about POTUS and the Paris, but not many people know what they are talking about. He may be recovering from illness and on a train, but that doesn't stop Scott Segal from delivering you important insights about what the Paris Accord is and what yesterday means. Substance, not punditry.…
 
We were told there would be no math, but today we hear from experienced lobbyist Ed Krenik as he explains the budget and appropriations process.
 
Host Josh Zive and Paul Nathanson reflect on the latest developments in Washington over the past week, and look ahead at what's coming up in Congress in the coming weeks.
 
In this special edition of The Lobby Shop, FBI Special Agent Thomas O’Connor, the President of the FBI Agents Association, chats with host Josh Zive about the sudden firing of FBI Director James Comey. **To listen to Thomas' interview, please skip to 7:45.** Plus, Josh Zive and Dee Martin discuss the Policy Resolution Group's work with the FBI ...…
 
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