Month: August 2020

Five Facts on Executive Orders

With Congress failing to agree yet on a new COVID-19 economic relief package, President Trump recently issued four Executive Orders extending provisions from the previously passed CARES Act. Here are five facts on the substance and constitutionality of the president’s orders.     The president’s executive orders address unemployment checks, payroll taxes, evictions, and student …

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Update from No Labels Leadership

Leaders within the No Labels organization will discuss how the mission of No Labels is changing with the field, plans to continue their work in November and beyond, and how the organization can support those in office.

Admiral William McRaven on Leadership

Admiral William McRaven is a former Navy SEAL and four-star admiral who served as the 9th Commander of the US Special Operations Command. He discusses leadership traits that help solve problems and inspire teamwork.

Congress’ all-or-nothing approach must stop

There’s something wrong with this picture: Congressional Republicans and Democrats largely agree that Americans need another shot of revenue – similar or identical to the $1,200 checks issued earlier this year – to help them weather the coronavirus-clobbered economy. And yet Congress has approved no such measure. Majorities in the Democratic-controlled House and Republican-controlled Senate …

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