Washington Post co-written by Doug Kriner, College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences “Politicians, pundits, and scholars alike routinely call Congress the ‘broken branch.’” View full article.
Washington Post Kristyn Brandi, School of Medicine For many women this college graduation season, the primary reason to see a doctor soon after graduation may be to get birth control… Expert quote: “The hormones released by IUDs stay locally in the uterus, says Kristyn Brandi, an OB/GYN at Boston University.” View full article
Washington Post David Weil, Questrom School of Business “In his drive to dismantle President Barack Obama’s regulatory legacy, President Trump has signed executive orders with great fanfare and breathed life into a once-obscure law to nullify numerous Obama-era regulations…” Expert quote: “I do feel very confident in the regulation,” said Weil, now a Boston University […]
Washington Post by David H. Webber, School of Law “Corporate lobbyists at the Business Roundtable — led by JPMorgan Chase chief executive Jamie Dimon — are heralding an effort to sharply limit the ability of investors to have a say in their companies through shareholder proposals…” View full article.
Washington Post Vivien Schmidt, College of Arts and Sciences The U.S. presidential campaign was nasty and long. Its French counterpart will be shorter, but just as brutish… Expert quote: ““Le Pen’s base is no more than 40 to 45 percent,”” View full article
Washington Post Anthony Janetos, Pardee School/ College and Graduate School of Arts and Science “The day that President Trump’s climate science-slashing budget landed last week, his government held a public meeting here to prepare the nation’s Southeast region for rising seas, wildfires, extreme downpours and other impacts of climate change.” Expert quote: “They’re trying to be […]
Washington Post co-written by Maxwell Palmer, College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences “Are American legislative districts drawn fairly — or are they tilted to make it easier for Republicans to win?” View full article.
Washington Post by Ray Fisman, College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences “On Nov. 8, Donald Trump won the presidency with just over 57 percent of Electoral College votes…” View full article
Washington Post Michael Siegel, School of Public Health The surgeon general on Thursday called the skyrocketing use of e-cigarettes among youth “a major public health concern,” saying that while more research needs to be done on its potential harms, policymakers should take strong action to keep the products out of the hands of the nation’s […]
Washington Post John Carroll, College of Communication On a sweltering day this summer, a handful of protesters gathered outside an AMC movie theater in Times Square, holding red signs proclaiming “AMC = American Movie Communists.”… Expert quote: “The odds are that it’s the film-making community. They certainly have a dog in this fight.” View full […]