We are tracking the status of FY2024 appropriations, where things stand, and what it all means for bond lawyers.
We took a break from the Wrap while Congress adjourned for August recess, but this month was nonetheless a busy one. Catch up quickly on updates from while we were…
House Republicans have launched a month-long focus on Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors in financial markets. Here’s what we know.
A look at Congress’ long to-do list heading into a busy second half of 2023.
Here’s what we know on the Biden/McCarthy deal to suspend the debt ceiling for two years.
A recap of the Board of Director’s advocacy meetings in Washington, D.C. on May 17 – 19.
As the federal government continues to move closer to its debt ceiling x-date, all options are on the table.
Speaker McCarthy released a bill to raise the debt ceiling in exchange for a number of Republican priorities. What we know and don’t know.
In the wake of recent bank failures, the White House calls on financial regulators to retighten banking regulations that were loosened under the previous administration.
Representatives Kustoff and Ruppersberger reintroduced the Investing in Our Communities Act, which would restore tax-exempt advance refundings for municipal bonds.
The White House’s FY2024 budget proposal is out and includes the “LIHTC Fix.”
New Congress, new website, new advocacy tools. Learn more about the new advocacy related resources we are providing to our members.