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Today on the Hill: Congress Looks to Work Through Washington Snow Day

It’s a snow day in Washington as the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has shuttered the federal government’s D.C. offices due to an ongoing snowstorm striking the area a day after the official start of spring. However, with lawmakers in town and a government funding deadline looming, it’s unclear how much of an effect the weather will have on Congress’s planned work, both on and off the floor. Regardless of the weather impact, lawmakers are still finalizing text for an omnibus funding measure that would keep the government running for the remainder of the fiscal year.

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Greg Burns, Mary Scott Hardwick Join Thorn Run Partners

For Immediate Release Contact: Andrew Rosenberg, (202) 247-6301 Thorn Run Partners (TRP) announced today the addition of Greg Burns as Partner and Mary Scott Hardwick as Vice President to their Washington, DC office. Both Burns and Hardwick come to Thorn Run Partners from Van Scoyoc Associates, where they specialized in local government representation. At their previous firm, Burns and Hardwick teamed up to work with more than a dozen local government entity clients across the country, specializing in transportation and water infrastructure, public safety needs, regulatory matters, economic development, natural resources, and flood control.