The mid term elections could change – perhaps radically – the political landscape in Washington, DC and across the Nation.This quick teleconference will feature experts on both sides of the aisle who will discuss what is on the legislative agenda for the balance of the Congressional session as well as the next Congressional session, who will likely ascend to leadership positions, and what changes are in store for environment, energy, and resource areas.
Outline new players in Congressional leadership circles
who will be influential in the next legislative session.
Discuss how the new Congress will schedule and consider
environment, energy, and resource legislative matters,
and forecast the disposition of these initiatives.
Predict which legislative matters pertinent to SEER members
will be addressed over the next two years.
Richard M. Gold, Holland & Knight, LLP, Washington, DC
Michael Bloomquist, Esquire, Deputy General Counsel, Energy and Commerce Committee, U.S. House
Robert M. Simon, Democratic Staff Director, Energy and Resources Committee, U.S. Senate
Martin A. Spitzer, J.D., Ph.D., Professional Staff, Science Committee, U.S. House
Andrew Wheeler, Majority Staff Director and Chief Counsel, Environment and Public Works Committee, U.S. Senate
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