Caucus Chaos, Trump's Reality TV, PA Budget — Our Experts' React - February Newsletter
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A Message from Larry Ceisler
With all the rapid developments in the political world, we’re moving swiftly on our February Newsletter to have our experts comment on the major events currently unfolding.
I’ve got opinions on the Iowa Caucus – which you can view in the above video and read in a longer Q&A. The chaos that unfolded will certainly have an effect on the Presidential race.
There are topical blogs on new plans to curtail Philadelphia violence (by Director Brian Dries), the misguided push for reparations (by Special Projects Manager Larry Miller), and the political nature of Super Bowl Ads (by Senior Associate Drew Murren).
You’ll find other items, about our team and our clients. Please give it a read and let me know your thoughts.
Lessons from the State of the Union Address
Republicans presented a cohesive, enthusiastic front during President Trump's speech -- an example Democrats should aim to follow in this fall's elections, writes Ceisler Chief Operating Officer Kate Wilhelm.
Philly’s Own Groundhog Prognosticator?
Ceisler in the News
Our Principal, Larry Ceisler, spoke to WHYY about a term limit bill in City Council that would also abolish Philadelphia’s “resign-to-run” rule — and perhaps encourage more statewide candidates from the city. Larry also weighed on on Gov. Wolf's hopes to cement his legacy by flipping party control of the Legislature in this Patriot-News story.
Our client Cheyney University's tremendous financial comeback and innovative academic development plans were lauded in a 6ABC report. The story featured students and university President Aaron Walton.
The Pennsylvania Association of Nurse Anesthetists has ramped up its legislative advocacy by creating its first-ever formal government relations post. Congratulations to former PANA Vice President Jessica Poole, who takes over the new position.
Zach Shamberg, President/CEO of our client, the Pennsylvania Health Care Association, explains why Pennsylvania must increase Medicaid funding to address the needs of vulnerable seniors in nursing homes in this PennLive oped.
Produced by Philadelphia's dance community, Shut Up & Dance is a joyous celebration of movement — both serious and comedic. The 28th annual event, benefiting MANNA, takes place March 28th at the Forrest Theater.
Inspired by Black History Month, Ceisler Special Projects Manager Larry Miller argues that rather than debating reparations, government should address inequality by raising the minimum wage, improving job training and more effectively pointing people to existing solutions.