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Public Policy Panel - The First 100 Days of the Biden Administration

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About

PBI'S OUTSTANDING PUBLIC POLICY SERIES PANEL 

Our all-star panel is back, examining the details of the first 100 days of the Biden Administration. 

The Biden Administration has faced unprecedented challenges since the inauguration. The COVID-19 pandemic rages on and the nation continues to be sharply divided politically, with democrats having razor-thin margins in both the House and Senate. Get the latest updates and info on the legal issues surrounding the rollout of the Biden agenda. The panel will examine:

  • Major components of the Biden policy agenda
  • Key presidential appointments
  • The fallout of the U.S. Capitol riots
  • The battle over the $1.9 trillion COVID relief package
  • The push to get Americans vaccinated against the coronavirus 
  • And more!

Hear opinions and comments from both sides of the political aisle. If you attended previous installments of PBI's Public Policy Series, you won't want to miss this next program in the series.

THE PANEL

  • Michael Smerconish 
  • Danny Cevallos
  • Tara Setmayer
  • Charlie Dent
  • Elie Honig

This seminar will not have course materials/course book.

Recorded in May 2021.

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Faculty

NameFirm/Company
Tiffany Allen
Daniel L. Cevallos Esq. Cevallos & Wong LLP (Newtown)
Elie Honig Esq. Rutgers University
Tara Setmayer UVA Center for Politics
Michael Smerconish Esq. Kline & Specter PC
Faculty may vary by location.
PBI reserves the right to substitute speakers at all programs.
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