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Jack Fitzpatrick on Democratic “Chaos” On Capitol Hill With Bloomberg Radio

September 22, 2021
Bloomberg Government’s Jack Fitzpatrick joined Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss the intraparty “chaos” among Democrats in Congress over funding the government and a debt limit suspension.

Emily Wilkins on Reconciliation Package with Bloomberg Radio

September 15, 2021
Senior Reporter Emily Wilkins assessed the likelihood of the $3.5 budget reconciliation package making its way through Congress as a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Ellen Gilmer on Americans’ Safety 20 Years After 9/11 On WJLA 24/7

September 14, 2021
Homeland Security Reporter Ellen Gilmer shared what she heard from current and former DHS heads 20 years post-9/11 about Americans’ safety in an interview on Government Matters.

Allyson Verpsrille on Proposed Tax Increases with Bloomberg Radio

September 14, 2021
Senior Reporter Allyson Versprille discussed the House Ways and Means Committee releasing nearly 900 pages of legislation for increasing taxes on the wealthy and corporations to fund President Biden’s ambitious economic agenda in an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Ellen Gilmer on 9/11 Anniversary with Bloomberg Radio

September 10, 2021
Bloomberg Government Homeland Security Reporter Ellen Gilmer was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed the 20th anniversary of 9/11 and the reflections of current and former DHS leaders on the agency’s evolution and whether the US is safer today.

Chris Marr on Pandemic Employment Benefits with Bloomberg Radio

September 7, 2021
Bloomberg Law Labor Reporter Chris Marr discussed the end of the federal pandemic unemployment benefits, upon which an estimated 7.5 million people were relying, in an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Courtney Rozen on the DOJ’s Push to Help Americans Fight Evictions on Bloomberg Radio

September 1, 2021
In an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance, White House Reporter Courtney Rozen discussed how the Department of Justice and Attorney General Merrick Garland are turning to big law firms and law school students to help Americans fight eviction.

Evan Weinberger on New York Regulator’s Legacy on WCNY Radio

August 26, 2021
Bloomberg Law Reporter Evan Weinberger discussed the legacy of Linda Lacewell, who served as New York’s top financial regulator as head of the Department of Financial Services, in an appearance on WCNY’s Capitol Pressroom.

Rebecca Kern on White House Cybersecurity Meeting with Bloomberg Radio

August 25, 2021

Bloomberg Government Technology Reporter Rebecca Kern joined Bloomberg Surveillance to preview the meeting tech industry CEOs were holding with President Biden to discuss cybersecurity issues.

Robert Iafolla on Workplace Vaccine Mandates with Bloomberg Radio

August 24, 2021

Bloomberg Law Senior Legal Reporter Robert Iafolla appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss how the FDA handed a confidence boost to companies who’ve been leery about workplace Covid-19 vaccine mandates when it granted the Pfizer/BioNTech shot full approval.

Keshia Clukey on NY Governor Cuomo’s Resignation with Bloomberg Radio

August 11, 2021

Bloomberg Government Correspondent Albany Keshia Clukey appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s resignation, plans to potentially move forward with impeachment, and how Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul will step in with more than a year left in the term.

Ellen Gilmer on DHS Secretary Mayorkas’s Challenges on Bloomberg Radio

August 10, 2021

In an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance, Ellen Gilmer of Bloomberg Government discussed how DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas’s big plans to address serious management and morale problems at the agency may potentially be derailed by the explosive political debate on immigration.

Loren Duggan Does Deep Dive on Infrastructure Bill with Federal News Networks

August 9, 2021

As a guest of Federal Drive with Tom Temin, Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan did a deep dive on the bipartisan infrastructure bill which appears headed for passage in the Senate.

Andrew Ramonas Discusses Board of Directors Diversity Requirement with Bloomberg Radio

August 4, 2021

In an interview on Bloomberg Surveillance, Corporate Disclosure Reporter Andrew Ramonas discussed Nasdaq getting close to getting the SEC’s blessing to require most companies trading on the exchange to have two diverse board members or explain why they do not.

Ryan Sheehan on Changes to Net Operating Losses & Covid-19 in Industry Today

August 3, 2021

Bloomberg Tax & Accounting Senior Product Manager Ryan Sheehan highlights how cash-strapped manufacturers can benefit from changes to net operating losses (NOLs) offered by way of recent Covid-19-related federal legislation in an article he authored in Industry Today.

Accounting Today Spotlights State Tax Survey

August 3, 2021

The 2021 Survey of State Tax Departments from Bloomberg Tax & Accounting was recapped in Accounting Today, which highlighted some of this year’s key findings.

Lilliana Byington on Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill with Bloomberg Radio

August 3, 2021

Lilliana Byington, Bloomberg Government’s transportation reporter, appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss the current progress of the Senate’s bipartisan infrastructure bill that was introduced on the floor this weekend after back-and-forth negotiations.

Jack Fitzpatrick on China Measures with Bloomberg Radio

July 28, 2021

Bloomberg Government’s Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance and previewed House votes set for this this week on government funding bills loaded with measures that take a hardline stance on China.

Kyle Jahner on Sports Teams’ Names and Trademarks with Bloomberg Radio

July 27, 2021

As a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance, IP Reporter Kyle Jahner discussed the trademark activity sports teams undertake when selecting a new name.

Loren Duggan on Congress’s Last Week Pre-August Recess with Federal News Network

July 26, 2021

Deputy News Director Loren Duggan appeared on The Drive with Tom Temin to cover the issues Congress has to tackle before it adjourns for its August recess, a list that includes the defense authorization bill, work on a potential infrastructure package, and annual spending legislation.

Nancy Ognanovich on Senate Infrastructure Debate with Bloomberg Radio

July 21, 2021

Senior Congressional Reporter Nancy Ognanovich was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she weighed in on the status of Senate negotiations on the infrastructure bill and how those talks may now include member’s desired projects, including Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer’s (D-NY) New York-New Jersey Gateway project.

Kimberly Robinson on Justice Breyer’s Indecision with Bloomberg Radio

July 16, 2021

Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson appeared on Bloomberg Balance to Power to discuss Democrats’ frustration regarding Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer’s indecision about retiring.

Evan Weinberger on Fintech Regulations with Bloomberg Radio

July 14, 2021

Bloomberg Law’s Evan Weinberger appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to report on how federal regulators have been working on rules that would make it harder for banks to block their customers from sharing their financial data with fintechs and other competitors.

Jacquie Lee on Biden Administration Drug Policies with Bloomberg Radio

July 13, 2021

Health Care Reporter Jacquie Lee joined Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss how the Biden administration is resurrecting several Trump-era drug policies, like foreign price setting, importation, or pushing back on tactics to delay generics.

Loren Duggan on the Week Ahead in Congress with Federal News Network

July 12, 2021

Bloomberg Government’s Loren Duggan appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to look ahead to the week on Capitol Hill, which features the House focusing on appropriations and the Senate voting on a number of federal agency nominations.

Sara Hansard on Surprise Billing Regulations With Bloomberg Radio

July 7, 2021

Bloomberg Law Reporter Sara Hansard shares employers’ responses to the regulations being issued by the Biden administration as it implements the No Surprises Act in her appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Paul Murphy on Infrastructure Spending with Government Matters

July 1, 2021

Bloomberg Government Senior Federal Market Analyst Paul Murphy discussed multiple-award contract spending with ABC’s Government Matters.

Loren Duggan on Infrastructure Spending with Federal News Network

June 28, 2021

Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan discussed House Democrats’ ambitions for infrastructure this year, including a $500 billion water and transportation package that lawmakers will vote on this week, with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Laura Criste on 2020 Federal Contract Spending with Federal News Network

June 22, 2021

Bloomberg Government Federal Market Analyst Laura Criste discussed the findings of the 2021 BGOV200 report with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Andrew Ramonas on SEC Insider Trading Rules with Bloomberg Radio

June 16, 2021

Bloomberg Law Corporate Disclosure Reporter Reporter Andrew Ramonas was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed the SEC being urged to tread carefully as it considers toughening rules that allow executives to sell company stock without running afoul of insider trading laws.

Nancy Ognanovich on Democrats Making Deals On Bloomberg Radio

June 15, 2021

Bloomberg Government Senior Capitol Hill Reporter Nancy Ognanovich appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss Democrats working to strike deals with Republicans on President Biden’s priorities, which range from infrastructure to policing reform, before the July 4 recess.

Loren Duggan on What’s Ahead for Congress with Federal News Network

June 14, 2021

Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan discussed how Congress is juggling priorities including confirmation hearings and appropriations with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Robert Iafolla on Vaccination Mandates On WNYC

June 11, 2021

Bloomberg Law Reporter Robert Iafolla appeared on The Brian Lehrer Show to discuss what employers can mandate when it comes to vaccination status.

Lydia Beyoud Talks Proxy Season Shareholder Proposals With Bloomberg Radio

June 9, 2021

Bloomberg Law Corporate Governance Reporter Lydia Beyoud appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed her reporting on shareholders increasingly asking corporations to reveal gender and diversity data about their workforces, with their proposals gaining strong support during this year’s proxy season.

Kimberly Robinson on Southern California NPR Affiliate KPCC Discussing SCOTUS Ruling

June 7, 2021

Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson was a guest on Air Talk discussing a unanimous Supreme Court ruling that thousands of people living in the U.S. for humanitarian reasons are ineligible to apply to become permanent residents.

Genevieve Douglas on H-1B Visa Litigation with Bloomberg Radio

June 2, 2021

Bloomberg Law Labor Reporter Genevieve Douglas appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss how litigants are targeting a Trump-era regulation that would change the H-1B specialty occupation visa selection process from a random lottery to a wage-based system.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Infrastructure Negotiations on Capitol Hill with Bloomberg Radio

June 1, 2021

Bloomberg Government’s Jack Fitzpatrick discussed the status of infrastructure negotiations on Capitol Hill as a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Loren Duggan on the Biden Administration’s Budget with Federal News Network

June 1, 2021

Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan discussed early Congressional reactions to the Biden Administration’s budget and how the proposal is likely to fare on the hill with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Andrew Ramonas on Impacts of SEC’s Climate Disclosure Interest with Bloomberg Radio

May 26, 2021

Bloomberg Law Corporate Disclosure Reporter Andrew Ramonas was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed how the SEC’s interest in mandating corporate disclosures on climate risks and other environmental, social, and governance topics has led to a flurry of meetings between corporate executives and agency officials

Paige Smith on Vaccination Status Complications for Businesses with Bloomberg Radio

May 25, 2021

Bloomberg Law labor reporter Paige Smith was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she delved into the legal complications of return to work as it relates to Covid-19 vaccination status among employees.

Kimberly Robinson On Potential Roe v. Wade Challenge with Bloomberg Radio

May 18, 2021

Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson discussed the Supreme Court agreeing to take up a challenge that could limit or even overturn Roe v. Wade in an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Federal Pay with Federal News Network

May 17, 2021

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick discussed Congress’s agenda for the week ahead, including federal pay, with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Roxana Tiron on U.S. Withdrawal from Afghanistan with Federal News Network

May 13, 2021

Bloomberg Government Senior National Security Reporter Roxana Tiron discussed the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan and implications for federal contractors with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Emily Wilkins on Changes in GOP Congressional Leadership with Bloomberg Radio

May 12, 2021

Bloomberg Government Congressional Leadership Reporter Emily Wilkins was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed the vote to remove Elizabeth Cheney from her leadership position in the House of Representatives.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Infrastructure Spending with Federal News Network

May 3, 2021

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick discussed possible plans for infrastructure spending with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Kimberly Robinson on Major Supreme Court Cases And Prospect of Breyer Retirement with Bloomberg Radio

May 5, 2021

Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed major Supreme Court cases and the potential retirement of Justice Stephen Breyer.

Emily Wilkins on White House Infrastructure Plan with Bloomberg Radio

May 4, 2021

Bloomberg Government Congressional Leadership reporter Emily Wilkins appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss President Biden’s wide-ranging infrastructure plan which is facing significant pushback from Republican members of Congress.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Biden Speech to Congress with Bloomberg Radio

April 28, 2021

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed President Biden unveiling later today in remarks to Congress a sweeping $1.8 trillion plan to expand educational opportunities and childcare for families.

Allyson Versprille on Proposed Capital Gains Tax Increase with Bloomberg Radio

April 27, 2021

Bloomberg Tax Senior Reporter Allyson Versprille discussed President Biden’s proposal to nearly double the capital gains tax rate for high earners in an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Bloomberg Law’s Ayanna Alexander on Chauvin Verdict with Bloomberg Radio

April 21, 2021

Bloomberg Law Social Justice Reporter Ayanna Alexander was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial and its impact.

Jacquie Lee Discussing “Vaccine Passports” on Bloomberg Radio

April 20, 2021

Bloomberg Law Health Care Reporter Jacquie Lee discussed how some state leaders and privacy advocates are pushing back on efforts to create and require digital records that prove individuals have gotten a Covid-19 vaccine in her appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance

Laura Criste on IT Modernization with Government Matters

April 20, 2021

Bloomberg Government Federal Market Analyst Laura Criste discussed the IT funding that underpins President Biden’s new “skinny budget” with ABC’s Government Matters.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Congressional Budget Debates with Federal News Network

April 19, 2021

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick discussed the latest on budget priorities in Congress with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Madison Alder on President Biden’s Supreme Court Commission on Bloomberg Radio

April 13, 2021

Judiciary Reporter Madison Alder appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss President Biden appointing a 36-member commission to study potential reforms to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Michael Rapoport on Wyden Tax Plan on Bloomberg Radio

April 7, 2021
In an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance, Bloomberg Tax’s Michael Rapoport discussed Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden’s (D-Ore.) global tax plan and how it is similar to and differs from President Biden’s recently released tax plan.

Alex Ruoff on Congress’s Planning For Next Pandemic On Bloomberg Radio

April 6, 2021
Bloomberg Government health care reporter Alex Ruoff was a guest on today’s Bloomberg Surveillance where he weighed in on Democrats and Republicans agreeing the nation needs to prepare for the next pandemic or health disaster while they remain split on how to fund those plans.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Infrastructure with Federal News Network

April 5, 2021
Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss the proposed infrastructure bill and skinny budget.

Pat Rizzuto on EPA’s PFAS Regulations with Bloomberg Radio

March 30, 2021
Bloomberg Law Environment Reporter Pat Rizzuto was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed the EPA’s new regulations for PFAS, which are leaving industry attorneys bracing for a wave of corporate liability and litigation.

Rebecca Kern on Tech Leaders’ Testimony on Online Disinformation with C-SPAN

March 26, 2021
Bloomberg Government Technology Reporter Rebecca Kern appeared on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal to discuss big tech leaders’ testimony before Congress on combatting online disinformation.

Travis Tritten on Department of Defense Spending with Federal News Network

March 25, 2021
Senior Defense Reporter Travis Tritten appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss Department of Defense spending, which an analysis finds has a smaller pool of companies getting a bigger piece of the Pentagon’s funding.

Rebecca Kern on Facebook’s Proposed Reforms With Bloomberg Radio

March 24, 2021
Bloomberg Government Technology Reporter Rebecca Kern discussed Mark Zuckerberg’s proposal of limited reforms to liability protections ahead of Congressional Big Tech hearings with Bloomberg Radio.

Jake Holland On Spate of State Privacy Legislation With Bloomberg Radio

March 23, 2021
Bloomberg Law Privacy Reporter Jake Holland joined Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss how legislators across the country have been introducing consumer privacy bills that would affect how businesses collect, process, and sell personal data

Jack Fitzpatrick on 2022 Budget Process with Federal News Network

March 22, 2021
Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss fiscal 2022 spending, including the return of earmarks to the Congressional appropriations process.

Travis Tritten Discussing Defense Supply Chain with Government Matters

March 17, 2021
Senior Defense Reporter Travis Tritten discussed BGOV’s analysis of the number of companies winning Pentagon prime contracts, which has fallen by 36%, on ABC’s Government Matters.

Stephen Lee Discussing Greenhouse Gas Price Tag On Businesses with Bloomberg Radio

March 17, 2021
Bloomberg Law environment reporter Stephen Lee joined Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss the effect on power plants, manufacturers, and other big carbon-emitting industries of the Biden administration recently boosting the price tag on greenhouse gases by up to 50 times.

Lillianna Byington on Transportation Secretary Buttigieg’s Big Challenge on Bloomberg Radio

March 16, 2021
Bloomberg Government Transportation Reporter Lillianna Byington appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg tackling the highway bill and larger infrastructure package, which could shape up to be a partisan fight similar to years past.

Fatima Hussein on State Liability Laws Protecting Businesses on Here and Now

March 10, 2021
Bloomberg Law Reporter Fatima Hussein appeared on WBUR’s Here and Now to discuss how a growing number of states are passing laws to protect businesses from being sued if a person believes they caught Covid-19 at their establishment.

Shira Stein on CDC Travel Guidance with Bloomberg Radio

March 10, 2021

Bloomberg Law Health Care Reporter Shira Stein, in an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance, discussed the CDC recommending that fully vaccinated Americans continue to refrain from traveling due to lack of comprehensive evidence on Covid-19 transmission.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Upcoming House Stimulus Vote with Bloomberg Radio

March 9, 2021

In an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance, Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick of Bloomberg Government previewed the vote in the House on a $1.9 trillion stimulus package, which Democrats expect to pass the measure despite a narrow majority.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Congress’s Budget Process with Federal News Network

March 8, 2021
Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss what’s ahead for Congress, including non-pandemic relief spending.

Dean Scott on Biden Administration’s Ambitious Climate Push on Bloomberg Radio

March 3, 2021

Bloomberg Law Environment Reporter Dean Scott discussed the Biden administration reviving talks between the top carbon emitters to push for more ambitious climate action – and how that effort is being perceived by U.S. steel and cement makers – as a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Kimberly Robinson on Voting Rights Cases at The Supreme Court on KPCC’s AirTalk

March 2, 2021
Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson was a guest on AirTalk with Larry Mantle where she discussed the Supreme Court limiting efforts to combat racial discrimination in voting.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Senate Stimulus Vote on Bloomberg Radio

March 2, 2021
Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed the upcoming Senate vote on the $1.9 trillion stimulus package.

Loren Duggan Looks At Upcoming Congressional Hearings On Federal News Network

February 22, 2021
Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss some of the committee hearings being held in the House and the Senate this week, including hearings on the federal workforce and the postal service.

Kimberly Robinson on Upcoming Supreme Court Cases with Bloomberg Radio

February 24, 2021

Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed key cases to be heard during the remainder of the current term.

Jack Fitzpatrick on $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Bill With Bloomberg Radio

February 23, 2021

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance discussing Democrats on the House Budget Committee advancing a $1.9 trillion stimulus bill yesterday with leaders aiming to pass it on the floor later this week.

Keshia Clukey and Tiffany Stecker on New York and California State Government Covid Missteps with Wisconsin NPR Affiliate

February 18, 2021
State Correspondents Keshia Clukey and Tiffany Stecker appeared on Wisconsin Public Radio for a discussion of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s and California Governor Gavin Newsom’s handling of the Covid-19 pandemic in their states, their recent missteps, and their political futures.

Erin Mulvaney on Pay Equity Push With Bloomberg Radio

February 17, 2021
Bloomberg Law Senior Reporter Erin Mulvaney appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss how some federal and state lawmakers hope the Covid-19 pandemic and the protests fighting for racial justice will provide leverage for efforts aimed at pay equity.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Impeachment Fallout and Stimulus On Bloomberg Radio

February 16, 2021
Bloomberg Government’s Jack Fitzpatrick discussed the fallout from former President Trump’s second acquittal by the Senate the latest on the Covid-19 relief legislation on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Laura Criste on Government Contracting Markets to Watch with Federal News Network

February 16, 2021
Bloomberg Government Federal Market Analyst Laura Criste discussed the spending priorities contractors can expect from the Biden administration with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Impeachment With Bloomberg Radio

February 10, 2021

As a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance, Bloomberg Government Budget reporter Jack Fitzpatrick discussed the Senate’s impeachment trial of former President Trump.

Sara Hansard on New Hospital Billing Regulation With Bloomberg Radio

February 9, 2021

As a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance, Bloomberg Law Health Care Reporter Sara discussed a Trump administration regulation that went into effect on January 1 under which hospitals are supposed to be posting the prices they are paid by health insurers on their websites, something that few hospitals are doing.

Loren Duggan on Confirmations and Impeachment in Congress with Federal News Network

February 8, 2021
Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan discussed the Senate’s plans for this week, including confirmation hearings and impeachment, with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Senate Democrats’ Covid-19 Relief with Bloomberg Radio

February 3, 2021

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick was a guest on today’s Bloomberg Surveillance, where he discussed Senate Democrats sticking together as they took the first step toward passing another coronavirus relief measure.

Jacquie Lee On States’ Vaccine Challenges with Bloomberg Radio

February 2, 2021

In an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance, Bloomberg Law Health Care Reporter Jacquie Lee discussed the challenges states are facing due to a flawed federal rollout as they seek to vaccinate as many people as possible against Covid-19.

Ayanna Alexander Discusses President Biden’s Racial Equity Measures on NPR Member Station KCRW

January 27, 2021

Bloomberg Law Social Justice Reporter Ayanna Alexander appeared on KCRW’s Press Play to discuss the Biden administration’s executive orders on racial equity issues.

Accounting Today Spotlights Bloomberg Tax’s 2021 Outlook

January 27, 2021

An article in Accounting Today highlighted Bloomberg Tax’s 2021 Outlook on Tax, which looks at key issues to watch in the year ahead related to federal, state, and international tax.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Democrats’ Preparations for Covid-19 Relief on Bloomberg Radio

January 26, 2021

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed Democrats’ preparations to push coronavirus relief, including a minimum wage increase, through Congress with a budgetary maneuver that would only require a majority in the Senate.

Nancy Ognanovich on Former President Trump’s Upcoming Impeachment Hearing with Bloomberg Radio

January 25, 2021

Senior Reporter Nancy Ognanovich of Bloomberg Government discussed the delivery to the Senate last night of the impeachment charges against former President Trump and what comes next in an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Loren Duggan on Congress’s New Session with Federal News Network

January 25, 2021
Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan discusses what Congress will take on with a new session underway, including Biden administration confirmations, with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Today’s Impeachment Vote with Bloomberg Radio

January 13, 2021
Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick previewed today’s impeachment vote in the House of Representatives as a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Dan Snyder on Covid-Related Government Spending with Federal News Network

January 13, 2021
Director of Government Contracts Analysis Dan Snyder discussed the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on government spending and what trends will continue into 2021 with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Nancy Ognanovich on Impeachment, Capitol Hill Riot with Bloomberg Radio

January 12, 2021

Bloomberg Government Senior Capitol Hill Reporter Nancy Ognanovich was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed the push to impeach President Trump for a second time in the wake of last week’s storming of the U.S.. Capitol.

Loren Duggan on Congress’s Post-Inauguration Agenda with Federal News Network

January 11, 2021
Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan discusses Congress’s plans for after January 20, including the 2022 budget and confirmation hearings, with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Emily Wilkins on Today’s Georgia Senate Runoff Elections With Bloomberg Radio

January 5, 2021

Bloomberg Government Congressional and Campaigns Reporter Emily Wilkins called into Bloomberg Surveillance from Georgia, where she is covering the state’s Senate runoff elections today.

Keshia Clukey on NY Governor Cuomo’s Resignation with Bloomberg Radio

August 11, 2021

Bloomberg Government Correspondent Albany Keshia Clukey appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s resignation, plans to potentially move forward with impeachment, and how Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul will step in with more than a year left in the term.

Ellen Gilmer on DHS Secretary Mayorkas’s Challenges on Bloomberg Radio

August 10, 2021

In an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance, Ellen Gilmer of Bloomberg Government discussed how DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas’s big plans to address serious management and morale problems at the agency may potentially be derailed by the explosive political debate on immigration.

Loren Duggan Does Deep Dive on Infrastructure Bill with Federal News Networks

August 9, 2021

As a guest of Federal Drive with Tom Temin, Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan did a deep dive on the bipartisan infrastructure bill which appears headed for passage in the Senate.

Andrew Ramonas Discusses Board of Directors Diversity Requirement with Bloomberg Radio

August 4, 2021

In an interview on Bloomberg Surveillance, Corporate Disclosure Reporter Andrew Ramonas discussed Nasdaq getting close to getting the SEC’s blessing to require most companies trading on the exchange to have two diverse board members or explain why they do not.

Ryan Sheehan on Changes to Net Operating Losses & Covid-19 in Industry Today

August 3, 2021

Bloomberg Tax & Accounting Senior Product Manager Ryan Sheehan highlights how cash-strapped manufacturers can benefit from changes to net operating losses (NOLs) offered by way of recent Covid-19-related federal legislation in an article he authored in Industry Today.

Accounting Today Spotlights State Tax Survey

August 3, 2021

The 2021 Survey of State Tax Departments from Bloomberg Tax & Accounting was recapped in Accounting Today, which highlighted some of this year’s key findings.

Lilliana Byington on Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill with Bloomberg Radio

August 3, 2021

Lilliana Byington, Bloomberg Government’s transportation reporter, appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss the current progress of the Senate’s bipartisan infrastructure bill that was introduced on the floor this weekend after back-and-forth negotiations.

Jack Fitzpatrick on China Measures with Bloomberg Radio

July 28, 2021

Bloomberg Government’s Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance and previewed House votes set for this this week on government funding bills loaded with measures that take a hardline stance on China.

Kyle Jahner on Sports Teams’ Names and Trademarks with Bloomberg Radio

July 27, 2021

As a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance, IP Reporter Kyle Jahner discussed the trademark activity sports teams undertake when selecting a new name.

Loren Duggan on Congress’s Last Week Pre-August Recess with Federal News Network

July 26, 2021

Deputy News Director Loren Duggan appeared on The Drive with Tom Temin to cover the issues Congress has to tackle before it adjourns for its August recess, a list that includes the defense authorization bill, work on a potential infrastructure package, and annual spending legislation.

Nancy Ognanovich on Senate Infrastructure Debate with Bloomberg Radio

July 21, 2021

Senior Congressional Reporter Nancy Ognanovich was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she weighed in on the status of Senate negotiations on the infrastructure bill and how those talks may now include member’s desired projects, including Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer’s (D-NY) New York-New Jersey Gateway project.

Kimberly Robinson on Justice Breyer’s Indecision with Bloomberg Radio

July 16, 2021

Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson appeared on Bloomberg Balance to Power to discuss Democrats’ frustration regarding Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer’s indecision about retiring.

Evan Weinberger on Fintech Regulations with Bloomberg Radio

July 14, 2021

Bloomberg Law’s Evan Weinberger appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to report on how federal regulators have been working on rules that would make it harder for banks to block their customers from sharing their financial data with fintechs and other competitors.

Jacquie Lee on Biden Administration Drug Policies with Bloomberg Radio

July 13, 2021

Health Care Reporter Jacquie Lee joined Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss how the Biden administration is resurrecting several Trump-era drug policies, like foreign price setting, importation, or pushing back on tactics to delay generics.

Loren Duggan on the Week Ahead in Congress with Federal News Network

July 12, 2021

Bloomberg Government’s Loren Duggan appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to look ahead to the week on Capitol Hill, which features the House focusing on appropriations and the Senate voting on a number of federal agency nominations.

Sara Hansard on Surprise Billing Regulations With Bloomberg Radio

July 7, 2021

Bloomberg Law Reporter Sara Hansard shares employers’ responses to the regulations being issued by the Biden administration as it implements the No Surprises Act in her appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Paul Murphy on Infrastructure Spending with Government Matters

July 1, 2021

Bloomberg Government Senior Federal Market Analyst Paul Murphy discussed multiple-award contract spending with ABC’s Government Matters.

Loren Duggan on Infrastructure Spending with Federal News Network

June 28, 2021

Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan discussed House Democrats’ ambitions for infrastructure this year, including a $500 billion water and transportation package that lawmakers will vote on this week, with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Laura Criste on 2020 Federal Contract Spending with Federal News Network

June 22, 2021

Bloomberg Government Federal Market Analyst Laura Criste discussed the findings of the 2021 BGOV200 report with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Andrew Ramonas on SEC Insider Trading Rules with Bloomberg Radio

June 16, 2021

Bloomberg Law Corporate Disclosure Reporter Reporter Andrew Ramonas was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed the SEC being urged to tread carefully as it considers toughening rules that allow executives to sell company stock without running afoul of insider trading laws.

Nancy Ognanovich on Democrats Making Deals On Bloomberg Radio

June 15, 2021

Bloomberg Government Senior Capitol Hill Reporter Nancy Ognanovich appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss Democrats working to strike deals with Republicans on President Biden’s priorities, which range from infrastructure to policing reform, before the July 4 recess.

Loren Duggan on What’s Ahead for Congress with Federal News Network

June 14, 2021

Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan discussed how Congress is juggling priorities including confirmation hearings and appropriations with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Robert Iafolla on Vaccination Mandates On WNYC

June 11, 2021

Bloomberg Law Reporter Robert Iafolla appeared on The Brian Lehrer Show to discuss what employers can mandate when it comes to vaccination status.

Lydia Beyoud Talks Proxy Season Shareholder Proposals With Bloomberg Radio

June 9, 2021

Bloomberg Law Corporate Governance Reporter Lydia Beyoud appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed her reporting on shareholders increasingly asking corporations to reveal gender and diversity data about their workforces, with their proposals gaining strong support during this year’s proxy season.

Kimberly Robinson on Southern California NPR Affiliate KPCC Discussing SCOTUS Ruling

June 7, 2021

Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson was a guest on Air Talk discussing a unanimous Supreme Court ruling that thousands of people living in the U.S. for humanitarian reasons are ineligible to apply to become permanent residents.

Genevieve Douglas on H-1B Visa Litigation with Bloomberg Radio

June 2, 2021

Bloomberg Law Labor Reporter Genevieve Douglas appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss how litigants are targeting a Trump-era regulation that would change the H-1B specialty occupation visa selection process from a random lottery to a wage-based system.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Infrastructure Negotiations on Capitol Hill with Bloomberg Radio

June 1, 2021

Bloomberg Government’s Jack Fitzpatrick discussed the status of infrastructure negotiations on Capitol Hill as a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Loren Duggan on the Biden Administration’s Budget with Federal News Network

June 1, 2021

Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan discussed early Congressional reactions to the Biden Administration’s budget and how the proposal is likely to fare on the hill with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Andrew Ramonas on Impacts of SEC’s Climate Disclosure Interest with Bloomberg Radio

May 26, 2021

Bloomberg Law Corporate Disclosure Reporter Andrew Ramonas was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed how the SEC’s interest in mandating corporate disclosures on climate risks and other environmental, social, and governance topics has led to a flurry of meetings between corporate executives and agency officials

Paige Smith on Vaccination Status Complications for Businesses with Bloomberg Radio

May 25, 2021

Bloomberg Law labor reporter Paige Smith was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she delved into the legal complications of return to work as it relates to Covid-19 vaccination status among employees.

Kimberly Robinson On Potential Roe v. Wade Challenge with Bloomberg Radio

May 18, 2021

Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson discussed the Supreme Court agreeing to take up a challenge that could limit or even overturn Roe v. Wade in an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Federal Pay with Federal News Network

May 17, 2021

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick discussed Congress’s agenda for the week ahead, including federal pay, with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Roxana Tiron on U.S. Withdrawal from Afghanistan with Federal News Network

May 13, 2021

Bloomberg Government Senior National Security Reporter Roxana Tiron discussed the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan and implications for federal contractors with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Emily Wilkins on Changes in GOP Congressional Leadership with Bloomberg Radio

May 12, 2021

Bloomberg Government Congressional Leadership Reporter Emily Wilkins was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed the vote to remove Elizabeth Cheney from her leadership position in the House of Representatives.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Infrastructure Spending with Federal News Network

May 3, 2021

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick discussed possible plans for infrastructure spending with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Kimberly Robinson on Major Supreme Court Cases And Prospect of Breyer Retirement with Bloomberg Radio

May 5, 2021

Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed major Supreme Court cases and the potential retirement of Justice Stephen Breyer.

Emily Wilkins on White House Infrastructure Plan with Bloomberg Radio

May 4, 2021

Bloomberg Government Congressional Leadership reporter Emily Wilkins appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss President Biden’s wide-ranging infrastructure plan which is facing significant pushback from Republican members of Congress.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Biden Speech to Congress with Bloomberg Radio

April 28, 2021

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed President Biden unveiling later today in remarks to Congress a sweeping $1.8 trillion plan to expand educational opportunities and childcare for families.

Allyson Versprille on Proposed Capital Gains Tax Increase with Bloomberg Radio

April 27, 2021

Bloomberg Tax Senior Reporter Allyson Versprille discussed President Biden’s proposal to nearly double the capital gains tax rate for high earners in an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Bloomberg Law’s Ayanna Alexander on Chauvin Verdict with Bloomberg Radio

April 21, 2021

Bloomberg Law Social Justice Reporter Ayanna Alexander was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial and its impact.

Jacquie Lee Discussing “Vaccine Passports” on Bloomberg Radio

April 20, 2021

Bloomberg Law Health Care Reporter Jacquie Lee discussed how some state leaders and privacy advocates are pushing back on efforts to create and require digital records that prove individuals have gotten a Covid-19 vaccine in her appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance

Laura Criste on IT Modernization with Government Matters

April 20, 2021

Bloomberg Government Federal Market Analyst Laura Criste discussed the IT funding that underpins President Biden’s new “skinny budget” with ABC’s Government Matters.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Congressional Budget Debates with Federal News Network

April 19, 2021

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick discussed the latest on budget priorities in Congress with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Madison Alder on President Biden’s Supreme Court Commission on Bloomberg Radio

April 13, 2021

Judiciary Reporter Madison Alder appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss President Biden appointing a 36-member commission to study potential reforms to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Michael Rapoport on Wyden Tax Plan on Bloomberg Radio

April 7, 2021
In an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance, Bloomberg Tax’s Michael Rapoport discussed Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden’s (D-Ore.) global tax plan and how it is similar to and differs from President Biden’s recently released tax plan.

Alex Ruoff on Congress’s Planning For Next Pandemic On Bloomberg Radio

April 6, 2021
Bloomberg Government health care reporter Alex Ruoff was a guest on today’s Bloomberg Surveillance where he weighed in on Democrats and Republicans agreeing the nation needs to prepare for the next pandemic or health disaster while they remain split on how to fund those plans.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Infrastructure with Federal News Network

April 5, 2021
Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss the proposed infrastructure bill and skinny budget.

Pat Rizzuto on EPA’s PFAS Regulations with Bloomberg Radio

March 30, 2021
Bloomberg Law Environment Reporter Pat Rizzuto was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed the EPA’s new regulations for PFAS, which are leaving industry attorneys bracing for a wave of corporate liability and litigation.

Rebecca Kern on Tech Leaders’ Testimony on Online Disinformation with C-SPAN

March 26, 2021
Bloomberg Government Technology Reporter Rebecca Kern appeared on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal to discuss big tech leaders’ testimony before Congress on combatting online disinformation.

Travis Tritten on Department of Defense Spending with Federal News Network

March 25, 2021
Senior Defense Reporter Travis Tritten appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss Department of Defense spending, which an analysis finds has a smaller pool of companies getting a bigger piece of the Pentagon’s funding.

Rebecca Kern on Facebook’s Proposed Reforms With Bloomberg Radio

March 24, 2021
Bloomberg Government Technology Reporter Rebecca Kern discussed Mark Zuckerberg’s proposal of limited reforms to liability protections ahead of Congressional Big Tech hearings with Bloomberg Radio.

Jake Holland On Spate of State Privacy Legislation With Bloomberg Radio

March 23, 2021
Bloomberg Law Privacy Reporter Jake Holland joined Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss how legislators across the country have been introducing consumer privacy bills that would affect how businesses collect, process, and sell personal data

Jack Fitzpatrick on 2022 Budget Process with Federal News Network

March 22, 2021
Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss fiscal 2022 spending, including the return of earmarks to the Congressional appropriations process.

Travis Tritten Discussing Defense Supply Chain with Government Matters

March 17, 2021
Senior Defense Reporter Travis Tritten discussed BGOV’s analysis of the number of companies winning Pentagon prime contracts, which has fallen by 36%, on ABC’s Government Matters.

Stephen Lee Discussing Greenhouse Gas Price Tag On Businesses with Bloomberg Radio

March 17, 2021
Bloomberg Law environment reporter Stephen Lee joined Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss the effect on power plants, manufacturers, and other big carbon-emitting industries of the Biden administration recently boosting the price tag on greenhouse gases by up to 50 times.

Lillianna Byington on Transportation Secretary Buttigieg’s Big Challenge on Bloomberg Radio

March 16, 2021
Bloomberg Government Transportation Reporter Lillianna Byington appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg tackling the highway bill and larger infrastructure package, which could shape up to be a partisan fight similar to years past.

Fatima Hussein on State Liability Laws Protecting Businesses on Here and Now

March 10, 2021
Bloomberg Law Reporter Fatima Hussein appeared on WBUR’s Here and Now to discuss how a growing number of states are passing laws to protect businesses from being sued if a person believes they caught Covid-19 at their establishment.

Shira Stein on CDC Travel Guidance with Bloomberg Radio

March 10, 2021

Bloomberg Law Health Care Reporter Shira Stein, in an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance, discussed the CDC recommending that fully vaccinated Americans continue to refrain from traveling due to lack of comprehensive evidence on Covid-19 transmission.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Upcoming House Stimulus Vote with Bloomberg Radio

March 9, 2021

In an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance, Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick of Bloomberg Government previewed the vote in the House on a $1.9 trillion stimulus package, which Democrats expect to pass the measure despite a narrow majority.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Congress’s Budget Process with Federal News Network

March 8, 2021
Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss what’s ahead for Congress, including non-pandemic relief spending.

Dean Scott on Biden Administration’s Ambitious Climate Push on Bloomberg Radio

March 3, 2021

Bloomberg Law Environment Reporter Dean Scott discussed the Biden administration reviving talks between the top carbon emitters to push for more ambitious climate action – and how that effort is being perceived by U.S. steel and cement makers – as a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Kimberly Robinson on Voting Rights Cases at The Supreme Court on KPCC’s AirTalk

March 2, 2021
Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson was a guest on AirTalk with Larry Mantle where she discussed the Supreme Court limiting efforts to combat racial discrimination in voting.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Senate Stimulus Vote on Bloomberg Radio

March 2, 2021
Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed the upcoming Senate vote on the $1.9 trillion stimulus package.

Loren Duggan Looks At Upcoming Congressional Hearings On Federal News Network

February 22, 2021
Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss some of the committee hearings being held in the House and the Senate this week, including hearings on the federal workforce and the postal service.

Kimberly Robinson on Upcoming Supreme Court Cases with Bloomberg Radio

February 24, 2021

Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed key cases to be heard during the remainder of the current term.

Jack Fitzpatrick on $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Bill With Bloomberg Radio

February 23, 2021

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance discussing Democrats on the House Budget Committee advancing a $1.9 trillion stimulus bill yesterday with leaders aiming to pass it on the floor later this week.

Keshia Clukey and Tiffany Stecker on New York and California State Government Covid Missteps with Wisconsin NPR Affiliate

February 18, 2021
State Correspondents Keshia Clukey and Tiffany Stecker appeared on Wisconsin Public Radio for a discussion of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s and California Governor Gavin Newsom’s handling of the Covid-19 pandemic in their states, their recent missteps, and their political futures.

Erin Mulvaney on Pay Equity Push With Bloomberg Radio

February 17, 2021
Bloomberg Law Senior Reporter Erin Mulvaney appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss how some federal and state lawmakers hope the Covid-19 pandemic and the protests fighting for racial justice will provide leverage for efforts aimed at pay equity.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Impeachment Fallout and Stimulus On Bloomberg Radio

February 16, 2021
Bloomberg Government’s Jack Fitzpatrick discussed the fallout from former President Trump’s second acquittal by the Senate the latest on the Covid-19 relief legislation on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Laura Criste on Government Contracting Markets to Watch with Federal News Network

February 16, 2021
Bloomberg Government Federal Market Analyst Laura Criste discussed the spending priorities contractors can expect from the Biden administration with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Impeachment With Bloomberg Radio

February 10, 2021

As a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance, Bloomberg Government Budget reporter Jack Fitzpatrick discussed the Senate’s impeachment trial of former President Trump.

Sara Hansard on New Hospital Billing Regulation With Bloomberg Radio

February 9, 2021

As a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance, Bloomberg Law Health Care Reporter Sara discussed a Trump administration regulation that went into effect on January 1 under which hospitals are supposed to be posting the prices they are paid by health insurers on their websites, something that few hospitals are doing.

Loren Duggan on Confirmations and Impeachment in Congress with Federal News Network

February 8, 2021
Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan discussed the Senate’s plans for this week, including confirmation hearings and impeachment, with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Senate Democrats’ Covid-19 Relief with Bloomberg Radio

February 3, 2021

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick was a guest on today’s Bloomberg Surveillance, where he discussed Senate Democrats sticking together as they took the first step toward passing another coronavirus relief measure.

Jacquie Lee On States’ Vaccine Challenges with Bloomberg Radio

February 2, 2021

In an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance, Bloomberg Law Health Care Reporter Jacquie Lee discussed the challenges states are facing due to a flawed federal rollout as they seek to vaccinate as many people as possible against Covid-19.

Ayanna Alexander Discusses President Biden’s Racial Equity Measures on NPR Member Station KCRW

January 27, 2021

Bloomberg Law Social Justice Reporter Ayanna Alexander appeared on KCRW’s Press Play to discuss the Biden administration’s executive orders on racial equity issues.

Accounting Today Spotlights Bloomberg Tax’s 2021 Outlook

January 27, 2021

An article in Accounting Today highlighted Bloomberg Tax’s 2021 Outlook on Tax, which looks at key issues to watch in the year ahead related to federal, state, and international tax.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Democrats’ Preparations for Covid-19 Relief on Bloomberg Radio

January 26, 2021

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed Democrats’ preparations to push coronavirus relief, including a minimum wage increase, through Congress with a budgetary maneuver that would only require a majority in the Senate.

Nancy Ognanovich on Former President Trump’s Upcoming Impeachment Hearing with Bloomberg Radio

January 25, 2021

Senior Reporter Nancy Ognanovich of Bloomberg Government discussed the delivery to the Senate last night of the impeachment charges against former President Trump and what comes next in an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Loren Duggan on Congress’s New Session with Federal News Network

January 25, 2021
Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan discusses what Congress will take on with a new session underway, including Biden administration confirmations, with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Today’s Impeachment Vote with Bloomberg Radio

January 13, 2021
Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick previewed today’s impeachment vote in the House of Representatives as a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Dan Snyder on Covid-Related Government Spending with Federal News Network

January 13, 2021
Director of Government Contracts Analysis Dan Snyder discussed the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on government spending and what trends will continue into 2021 with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Nancy Ognanovich on Impeachment, Capitol Hill Riot with Bloomberg Radio

January 12, 2021

Bloomberg Government Senior Capitol Hill Reporter Nancy Ognanovich was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed the push to impeach President Trump for a second time in the wake of last week’s storming of the U.S.. Capitol.

Loren Duggan on Congress’s Post-Inauguration Agenda with Federal News Network

January 11, 2021
Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan discusses Congress’s plans for after January 20, including the 2022 budget and confirmation hearings, with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Emily Wilkins on Today’s Georgia Senate Runoff Elections With Bloomberg Radio

January 5, 2021

Bloomberg Government Congressional and Campaigns Reporter Emily Wilkins called into Bloomberg Surveillance from Georgia, where she is covering the state’s Senate runoff elections today.

Lilliana Byington on Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill with Bloomberg Radio

August 3, 2021

Lilliana Byington, Bloomberg Government’s transportation reporter, appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss the current progress of the Senate’s bipartisan infrastructure bill that was introduced on the floor this weekend after back-and-forth negotiations.

Jack Fitzpatrick on China Measures with Bloomberg Radio

July 28, 2021

Bloomberg Government’s Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance and previewed House votes set for this this week on government funding bills loaded with measures that take a hardline stance on China.

Kyle Jahner on Sports Teams’ Names and Trademarks with Bloomberg Radio

July 27, 2021

As a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance, IP Reporter Kyle Jahner discussed the trademark activity sports teams undertake when selecting a new name.

Loren Duggan on Congress’s Last Week Pre-August Recess with Federal News Network

July 26, 2021

Deputy News Director Loren Duggan appeared on The Drive with Tom Temin to cover the issues Congress has to tackle before it adjourns for its August recess, a list that includes the defense authorization bill, work on a potential infrastructure package, and annual spending legislation.

Nancy Ognanovich on Senate Infrastructure Debate with Bloomberg Radio

July 21, 2021

Senior Congressional Reporter Nancy Ognanovich was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she weighed in on the status of Senate negotiations on the infrastructure bill and how those talks may now include member’s desired projects, including Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer’s (D-NY) New York-New Jersey Gateway project.

Kimberly Robinson on Justice Breyer’s Indecision with Bloomberg Radio

July 16, 2021

Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson appeared on Bloomberg Balance to Power to discuss Democrats’ frustration regarding Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer’s indecision about retiring.

Evan Weinberger on Fintech Regulations with Bloomberg Radio

July 14, 2021

Bloomberg Law’s Evan Weinberger appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to report on how federal regulators have been working on rules that would make it harder for banks to block their customers from sharing their financial data with fintechs and other competitors.

Jacquie Lee on Biden Administration Drug Policies with Bloomberg Radio

July 13, 2021

Health Care Reporter Jacquie Lee joined Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss how the Biden administration is resurrecting several Trump-era drug policies, like foreign price setting, importation, or pushing back on tactics to delay generics.

Loren Duggan on the Week Ahead in Congress with Federal News Network

July 12, 2021

Bloomberg Government’s Loren Duggan appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to look ahead to the week on Capitol Hill, which features the House focusing on appropriations and the Senate voting on a number of federal agency nominations.

Sara Hansard on Surprise Billing Regulations With Bloomberg Radio

July 7, 2021

Bloomberg Law Reporter Sara Hansard shares employers’ responses to the regulations being issued by the Biden administration as it implements the No Surprises Act in her appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Paul Murphy on Infrastructure Spending with Government Matters

July 1, 2021

Bloomberg Government Senior Federal Market Analyst Paul Murphy discussed multiple-award contract spending with ABC’s Government Matters.

Loren Duggan on Infrastructure Spending with Federal News Network

June 28, 2021

Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan discussed House Democrats’ ambitions for infrastructure this year, including a $500 billion water and transportation package that lawmakers will vote on this week, with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Laura Criste on 2020 Federal Contract Spending with Federal News Network

June 22, 2021

Bloomberg Government Federal Market Analyst Laura Criste discussed the findings of the 2021 BGOV200 report with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Andrew Ramonas on SEC Insider Trading Rules with Bloomberg Radio

June 16, 2021

Bloomberg Law Corporate Disclosure Reporter Reporter Andrew Ramonas was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed the SEC being urged to tread carefully as it considers toughening rules that allow executives to sell company stock without running afoul of insider trading laws.

Nancy Ognanovich on Democrats Making Deals On Bloomberg Radio

June 15, 2021

Bloomberg Government Senior Capitol Hill Reporter Nancy Ognanovich appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss Democrats working to strike deals with Republicans on President Biden’s priorities, which range from infrastructure to policing reform, before the July 4 recess.

Loren Duggan on What’s Ahead for Congress with Federal News Network

June 14, 2021

Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan discussed how Congress is juggling priorities including confirmation hearings and appropriations with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Robert Iafolla on Vaccination Mandates On WNYC

June 11, 2021

Bloomberg Law Reporter Robert Iafolla appeared on The Brian Lehrer Show to discuss what employers can mandate when it comes to vaccination status.

Lydia Beyoud Talks Proxy Season Shareholder Proposals With Bloomberg Radio

June 9, 2021

Bloomberg Law Corporate Governance Reporter Lydia Beyoud appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed her reporting on shareholders increasingly asking corporations to reveal gender and diversity data about their workforces, with their proposals gaining strong support during this year’s proxy season.

Kimberly Robinson on Southern California NPR Affiliate KPCC Discussing SCOTUS Ruling

June 7, 2021

Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson was a guest on Air Talk discussing a unanimous Supreme Court ruling that thousands of people living in the U.S. for humanitarian reasons are ineligible to apply to become permanent residents.

Genevieve Douglas on H-1B Visa Litigation with Bloomberg Radio

June 2, 2021

Bloomberg Law Labor Reporter Genevieve Douglas appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss how litigants are targeting a Trump-era regulation that would change the H-1B specialty occupation visa selection process from a random lottery to a wage-based system.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Infrastructure Negotiations on Capitol Hill with Bloomberg Radio

June 1, 2021

Bloomberg Government’s Jack Fitzpatrick discussed the status of infrastructure negotiations on Capitol Hill as a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Loren Duggan on the Biden Administration’s Budget with Federal News Network

June 1, 2021

Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan discussed early Congressional reactions to the Biden Administration’s budget and how the proposal is likely to fare on the hill with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Andrew Ramonas on Impacts of SEC’s Climate Disclosure Interest with Bloomberg Radio

May 26, 2021

Bloomberg Law Corporate Disclosure Reporter Andrew Ramonas was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed how the SEC’s interest in mandating corporate disclosures on climate risks and other environmental, social, and governance topics has led to a flurry of meetings between corporate executives and agency officials

Paige Smith on Vaccination Status Complications for Businesses with Bloomberg Radio

May 25, 2021

Bloomberg Law labor reporter Paige Smith was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she delved into the legal complications of return to work as it relates to Covid-19 vaccination status among employees.

Kimberly Robinson On Potential Roe v. Wade Challenge with Bloomberg Radio

May 18, 2021

Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson discussed the Supreme Court agreeing to take up a challenge that could limit or even overturn Roe v. Wade in an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Federal Pay with Federal News Network

May 17, 2021

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick discussed Congress’s agenda for the week ahead, including federal pay, with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Roxana Tiron on U.S. Withdrawal from Afghanistan with Federal News Network

May 13, 2021

Bloomberg Government Senior National Security Reporter Roxana Tiron discussed the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan and implications for federal contractors with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Emily Wilkins on Changes in GOP Congressional Leadership with Bloomberg Radio

May 12, 2021

Bloomberg Government Congressional Leadership Reporter Emily Wilkins was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed the vote to remove Elizabeth Cheney from her leadership position in the House of Representatives.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Infrastructure Spending with Federal News Network

May 3, 2021

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick discussed possible plans for infrastructure spending with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Kimberly Robinson on Major Supreme Court Cases And Prospect of Breyer Retirement with Bloomberg Radio

May 5, 2021

Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed major Supreme Court cases and the potential retirement of Justice Stephen Breyer.

Emily Wilkins on White House Infrastructure Plan with Bloomberg Radio

May 4, 2021

Bloomberg Government Congressional Leadership reporter Emily Wilkins appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss President Biden’s wide-ranging infrastructure plan which is facing significant pushback from Republican members of Congress.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Biden Speech to Congress with Bloomberg Radio

April 28, 2021

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed President Biden unveiling later today in remarks to Congress a sweeping $1.8 trillion plan to expand educational opportunities and childcare for families.

Allyson Versprille on Proposed Capital Gains Tax Increase with Bloomberg Radio

April 27, 2021

Bloomberg Tax Senior Reporter Allyson Versprille discussed President Biden’s proposal to nearly double the capital gains tax rate for high earners in an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Bloomberg Law’s Ayanna Alexander on Chauvin Verdict with Bloomberg Radio

April 21, 2021

Bloomberg Law Social Justice Reporter Ayanna Alexander was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial and its impact.

Jacquie Lee Discussing “Vaccine Passports” on Bloomberg Radio

April 20, 2021

Bloomberg Law Health Care Reporter Jacquie Lee discussed how some state leaders and privacy advocates are pushing back on efforts to create and require digital records that prove individuals have gotten a Covid-19 vaccine in her appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance

Laura Criste on IT Modernization with Government Matters

April 20, 2021

Bloomberg Government Federal Market Analyst Laura Criste discussed the IT funding that underpins President Biden’s new “skinny budget” with ABC’s Government Matters.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Congressional Budget Debates with Federal News Network

April 19, 2021

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick discussed the latest on budget priorities in Congress with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Madison Alder on President Biden’s Supreme Court Commission on Bloomberg Radio

April 13, 2021

Judiciary Reporter Madison Alder appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss President Biden appointing a 36-member commission to study potential reforms to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Michael Rapoport on Wyden Tax Plan on Bloomberg Radio

April 7, 2021
In an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance, Bloomberg Tax’s Michael Rapoport discussed Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden’s (D-Ore.) global tax plan and how it is similar to and differs from President Biden’s recently released tax plan.

Alex Ruoff on Congress’s Planning For Next Pandemic On Bloomberg Radio

April 6, 2021
Bloomberg Government health care reporter Alex Ruoff was a guest on today’s Bloomberg Surveillance where he weighed in on Democrats and Republicans agreeing the nation needs to prepare for the next pandemic or health disaster while they remain split on how to fund those plans.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Infrastructure with Federal News Network

April 5, 2021
Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss the proposed infrastructure bill and skinny budget.

Pat Rizzuto on EPA’s PFAS Regulations with Bloomberg Radio

March 30, 2021
Bloomberg Law Environment Reporter Pat Rizzuto was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed the EPA’s new regulations for PFAS, which are leaving industry attorneys bracing for a wave of corporate liability and litigation.

Rebecca Kern on Tech Leaders’ Testimony on Online Disinformation with C-SPAN

March 26, 2021
Bloomberg Government Technology Reporter Rebecca Kern appeared on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal to discuss big tech leaders’ testimony before Congress on combatting online disinformation.

Travis Tritten on Department of Defense Spending with Federal News Network

March 25, 2021
Senior Defense Reporter Travis Tritten appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss Department of Defense spending, which an analysis finds has a smaller pool of companies getting a bigger piece of the Pentagon’s funding.

Rebecca Kern on Facebook’s Proposed Reforms With Bloomberg Radio

March 24, 2021
Bloomberg Government Technology Reporter Rebecca Kern discussed Mark Zuckerberg’s proposal of limited reforms to liability protections ahead of Congressional Big Tech hearings with Bloomberg Radio.

Jake Holland On Spate of State Privacy Legislation With Bloomberg Radio

March 23, 2021
Bloomberg Law Privacy Reporter Jake Holland joined Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss how legislators across the country have been introducing consumer privacy bills that would affect how businesses collect, process, and sell personal data

Jack Fitzpatrick on 2022 Budget Process with Federal News Network

March 22, 2021
Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss fiscal 2022 spending, including the return of earmarks to the Congressional appropriations process.

Travis Tritten Discussing Defense Supply Chain with Government Matters

March 17, 2021
Senior Defense Reporter Travis Tritten discussed BGOV’s analysis of the number of companies winning Pentagon prime contracts, which has fallen by 36%, on ABC’s Government Matters.

Stephen Lee Discussing Greenhouse Gas Price Tag On Businesses with Bloomberg Radio

March 17, 2021
Bloomberg Law environment reporter Stephen Lee joined Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss the effect on power plants, manufacturers, and other big carbon-emitting industries of the Biden administration recently boosting the price tag on greenhouse gases by up to 50 times.

Lillianna Byington on Transportation Secretary Buttigieg’s Big Challenge on Bloomberg Radio

March 16, 2021
Bloomberg Government Transportation Reporter Lillianna Byington appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg tackling the highway bill and larger infrastructure package, which could shape up to be a partisan fight similar to years past.

Fatima Hussein on State Liability Laws Protecting Businesses on Here and Now

March 10, 2021
Bloomberg Law Reporter Fatima Hussein appeared on WBUR’s Here and Now to discuss how a growing number of states are passing laws to protect businesses from being sued if a person believes they caught Covid-19 at their establishment.

Shira Stein on CDC Travel Guidance with Bloomberg Radio

March 10, 2021

Bloomberg Law Health Care Reporter Shira Stein, in an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance, discussed the CDC recommending that fully vaccinated Americans continue to refrain from traveling due to lack of comprehensive evidence on Covid-19 transmission.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Upcoming House Stimulus Vote with Bloomberg Radio

March 9, 2021

In an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance, Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick of Bloomberg Government previewed the vote in the House on a $1.9 trillion stimulus package, which Democrats expect to pass the measure despite a narrow majority.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Congress’s Budget Process with Federal News Network

March 8, 2021
Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss what’s ahead for Congress, including non-pandemic relief spending.

Dean Scott on Biden Administration’s Ambitious Climate Push on Bloomberg Radio

March 3, 2021

Bloomberg Law Environment Reporter Dean Scott discussed the Biden administration reviving talks between the top carbon emitters to push for more ambitious climate action – and how that effort is being perceived by U.S. steel and cement makers – as a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Kimberly Robinson on Voting Rights Cases at The Supreme Court on KPCC’s AirTalk

March 2, 2021
Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson was a guest on AirTalk with Larry Mantle where she discussed the Supreme Court limiting efforts to combat racial discrimination in voting.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Senate Stimulus Vote on Bloomberg Radio

March 2, 2021
Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed the upcoming Senate vote on the $1.9 trillion stimulus package.

Loren Duggan Looks At Upcoming Congressional Hearings On Federal News Network

February 22, 2021
Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss some of the committee hearings being held in the House and the Senate this week, including hearings on the federal workforce and the postal service.

Kimberly Robinson on Upcoming Supreme Court Cases with Bloomberg Radio

February 24, 2021

Bloomberg Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed key cases to be heard during the remainder of the current term.

Jack Fitzpatrick on $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Bill With Bloomberg Radio

February 23, 2021

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance discussing Democrats on the House Budget Committee advancing a $1.9 trillion stimulus bill yesterday with leaders aiming to pass it on the floor later this week.

Keshia Clukey and Tiffany Stecker on New York and California State Government Covid Missteps with Wisconsin NPR Affiliate

February 18, 2021
State Correspondents Keshia Clukey and Tiffany Stecker appeared on Wisconsin Public Radio for a discussion of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s and California Governor Gavin Newsom’s handling of the Covid-19 pandemic in their states, their recent missteps, and their political futures.

Erin Mulvaney on Pay Equity Push With Bloomberg Radio

February 17, 2021
Bloomberg Law Senior Reporter Erin Mulvaney appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss how some federal and state lawmakers hope the Covid-19 pandemic and the protests fighting for racial justice will provide leverage for efforts aimed at pay equity.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Impeachment Fallout and Stimulus On Bloomberg Radio

February 16, 2021
Bloomberg Government’s Jack Fitzpatrick discussed the fallout from former President Trump’s second acquittal by the Senate the latest on the Covid-19 relief legislation on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Laura Criste on Government Contracting Markets to Watch with Federal News Network

February 16, 2021
Bloomberg Government Federal Market Analyst Laura Criste discussed the spending priorities contractors can expect from the Biden administration with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Impeachment With Bloomberg Radio

February 10, 2021

As a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance, Bloomberg Government Budget reporter Jack Fitzpatrick discussed the Senate’s impeachment trial of former President Trump.

Sara Hansard on New Hospital Billing Regulation With Bloomberg Radio

February 9, 2021

As a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance, Bloomberg Law Health Care Reporter Sara discussed a Trump administration regulation that went into effect on January 1 under which hospitals are supposed to be posting the prices they are paid by health insurers on their websites, something that few hospitals are doing.

Loren Duggan on Confirmations and Impeachment in Congress with Federal News Network

February 8, 2021
Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan discussed the Senate’s plans for this week, including confirmation hearings and impeachment, with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Senate Democrats’ Covid-19 Relief with Bloomberg Radio

February 3, 2021

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick was a guest on today’s Bloomberg Surveillance, where he discussed Senate Democrats sticking together as they took the first step toward passing another coronavirus relief measure.

Jacquie Lee On States’ Vaccine Challenges with Bloomberg Radio

February 2, 2021

In an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance, Bloomberg Law Health Care Reporter Jacquie Lee discussed the challenges states are facing due to a flawed federal rollout as they seek to vaccinate as many people as possible against Covid-19.

Ayanna Alexander Discusses President Biden’s Racial Equity Measures on NPR Member Station KCRW

January 27, 2021

Bloomberg Law Social Justice Reporter Ayanna Alexander appeared on KCRW’s Press Play to discuss the Biden administration’s executive orders on racial equity issues.

Accounting Today Spotlights Bloomberg Tax’s 2021 Outlook

January 27, 2021

An article in Accounting Today highlighted Bloomberg Tax’s 2021 Outlook on Tax, which looks at key issues to watch in the year ahead related to federal, state, and international tax.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Democrats’ Preparations for Covid-19 Relief on Bloomberg Radio

January 26, 2021

Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where he discussed Democrats’ preparations to push coronavirus relief, including a minimum wage increase, through Congress with a budgetary maneuver that would only require a majority in the Senate.

Nancy Ognanovich on Former President Trump’s Upcoming Impeachment Hearing with Bloomberg Radio

January 25, 2021

Senior Reporter Nancy Ognanovich of Bloomberg Government discussed the delivery to the Senate last night of the impeachment charges against former President Trump and what comes next in an appearance on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Loren Duggan on Congress’s New Session with Federal News Network

January 25, 2021
Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan discusses what Congress will take on with a new session underway, including Biden administration confirmations, with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Jack Fitzpatrick on Today’s Impeachment Vote with Bloomberg Radio

January 13, 2021
Bloomberg Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick previewed today’s impeachment vote in the House of Representatives as a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance.

Dan Snyder on Covid-Related Government Spending with Federal News Network

January 13, 2021
Director of Government Contracts Analysis Dan Snyder discussed the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on government spending and what trends will continue into 2021 with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Nancy Ognanovich on Impeachment, Capitol Hill Riot with Bloomberg Radio

January 12, 2021

Bloomberg Government Senior Capitol Hill Reporter Nancy Ognanovich was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she discussed the push to impeach President Trump for a second time in the wake of last week’s storming of the U.S.. Capitol.

Loren Duggan on Congress’s Post-Inauguration Agenda with Federal News Network

January 11, 2021
Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan discusses Congress’s plans for after January 20, including the 2022 budget and confirmation hearings, with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

Emily Wilkins on Today’s Georgia Senate Runoff Elections With Bloomberg Radio

January 5, 2021

Bloomberg Government Congressional and Campaigns Reporter Emily Wilkins called into Bloomberg Surveillance from Georgia, where she is covering the state’s Senate runoff elections today.

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