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The Intense Political Race in Illinois is a Toss Up

­­We are in the final weeks of the crucial 2018 mid-term election, and a cloud of uncertainty has been lingering over Illinois. Intense political...
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Wisconsin Political Roundup – September in Review

In our fifth edition of the Wisconsin Political Round-Up, Nathan Houdek and Andrew Hitt examine recent poll results, share their interpretations and provide a...

Robert Gross Partners with Michael Best Strategies

Michael Best Strategies has partnered with Robert Gross to expand the firm’s service offerings. Gross will also serve as senior counsel for Michael Best...
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Texas Interim Committee Series – Part 3: Healthcare and Funding

Even though the legislative session is still months away, with an election still pending to determine the final makeup of the legislature, plenty of...
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Wisconsin Political Roundup – August Edition

In our fifth edition of the Wisconsin Political Round Up, Nathan Houdek and Andrew Hitt take a closer look at both sides of the...
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Illinois’ Teacher Shortage

We are facing a teacher shortage. A Learning Policy Institute study shows a 35% decline in students studying to be teachers across the United...
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Texas Interim Committee Series – Part 2: The Budget Process

Among the work to be completed during each of the Texas Legislature’s biennial sessions is adoption of a two-year state budget. This process differs...
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Wisconsin Political Roundup – July Edition

In our fourth edition of the Wisconsin Political Round Up, Nathan Houdek and Andrew Hitt take a closer look at both sides of the...
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Illinois FY 19 Budget Overview

On July 1, the Illinois FY 19 budget passed by the General Assembly and signed by the Governor, went into effect. This marks the...

Texas Interim Committee Series – Part 1: Hurricane Harvey

The Texas Legislature meets only in odd-numbered years and for only 140 days, but this does not define the time period when actual work...

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