Security changes, including the travel ban, pose challenges for business travelers and association meetings.
After a challenging struggle to take on health care reform, Congress refocuses its efforts on tax reform, an equally difficult problem.
In an executive order signed earlier this week, President Trump eased restrictions on political activity by churches, charities, and other 501(c)(3) organizations.
It was easy to miss, but buried in the massive $1.1 trillion end-of-year spending and tax deal that Congress cleared just before the holidays were several provisions of great interest to associations.
Legislation targets conference spending. Again.
Small businesses in the District are concerned with the technological flaws and potential cost of the city’s small-business health options program. The DC City Council met last week to discuss the program.
A look ahead at the legislative agenda for the 114th Congress.