December 6, 2022
New Podcast Episode: The Lame-duck Session & Outlook for the 118th Congress
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In this episode of the AAF Exchange, AAF President Douglas Holtz-Eakin joins us to discuss the lame duck, the latest jobs report, and the outlook for the 118th Congress.
AAF products mentioned in today’s episode:
- In “The Budget Meets the No Elucidation Zone,” Holtz-Eakin reviews the failures by both Congress and the administration to budget–or even produce economic forecasts.
- In “What’s a “CR”?” Director of Fiscal Policy Gordon Gray reviews what a CR is and notes Congress’ increasing reliance on the stopgap measure in past decades.
- In “Outbound Investment Screening Proposals Should Be Narrow and Targeted,” Director of International Economic Policy Tori Smith considers the pros and cons of current proposals to establish a system for screening outbound investment.
- In “A Slightly Overcooked Turkey,” Gray walks through the November jobs numbers.
- In a short video, Holtz-Eakin reacts to the November jobs report.
- In “INFORM Consumers Act: A Measured Step to Limit Illicit Online Sales,” Director of Technology and Innovation Policy Jeffrey Westling explains why the INFORM Consumers Act – a bill that would target the online sale of stolen, counterfeit, and dangerous goods – may be Congress’ best option for passing tech legislation in the lame duck.
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