The Inner Loop
Just In The Nick Of Time
This week on The Inner Loop, Congress has a host of issues to resolve before the spring recess. Howard Marlowe and Michael Willis provide expert analysis on each of the topics occupying the attention of Washington this week. The latest Water Resources Development Act and Budget proposals headline the congressional calendar. With less than a week before a government shutdown, will Congress finally pass the spending legislation that funds the government for 2013? Marlowe & Willis break down...
Bring It On: Budget Battles and the Washington Economy
This week on The Inner Loop, our hosts Howard Marlowe & Michael Wills take you on a thrill ride to discuss topics ranging from the House, Senate and Presidential Budget proposals to the economic future of the Washington, D.C. region. Marlowe & Willis bring Dr. Stephen Fuller, a Professor at George Mason University and Director of the Center for Regional Analysis, to the studio to talk about the federal government’s impact on the regional economy. Is D.C. thriving on a commuter workforce, and...
The Affordable Care Act: The Changes Washington Wants...
Celebrate March Madness Congress Style with Sequester...
We have been waiting for a year and a half and now we finally are able to celebrate sequester week as the government shifts its discussions from “if” cuts will take place to “how” cuts will take place. Howard Marlowe and Michael Willis make their picks on which programs take the top seeds. Nancy Cook, reporter for the National Journal, helps us fill out the bracket. Don’t miss Ronald Jacobs, Partner of the Venable law firm as he brings us “courtside” to talk about the recent Supreme Court...
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More informationOn The Inner Loop, Howard Marlowe and Michael Willis will go beyond the headlines and behind the curtain to reveal how decisions affecting you are really being made in Washington, D.C. Listen as two of Washington’s most experienced insiders divulge the strategies of the key players affecting legislation and policy matters, and how you, too, can make your voice heard.
Marlowe and Willis get down to the nitty gritty on hot topics from their unique perspective as influencers of policy decisions. They will give you their insight on what’s happening in Washington, supplemented by guest appearances including key policy makers, reporters, lobbyists, and current and former Members of Congress.