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Although we do not know who is going to win the Presidential election next week, proponents of former Vice President Biden are once again putting their faith in positive polling, and so we are starting to see an increase of articles about the Biden Transition. In fact, Politico has a whole newsletter devoted to the topic. While these stories are either primarily blind guesses or driven by those vying to be considered (or perhaps a combination of the two), a clear narrative has emerged about how Progressives are keeping close tabs on potential nominees in order to root out the possibility of any whiff of impropriety (however they define it).

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TRP COVID-19 Policy Memos

TRP has published a series of memos outlining the numerous policy changes and initiatives undertaken by Congress to address the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. These memos are designed to help your organization track and better understand the steps lawmakers have taken to address existing and emerging issues from the outbreak. As always, please feel free to follow up with the TRP team with any specific questions or feedback. COVID-19 Emergency Declarations and Health Policy.  TRP’s newest Special Report describes how emergencies are declared, how they end, the health-related flexibilities that were enabled by the declarations, and what will happen when the emergencies expire.