We gave up our privacy to fight Covid-19, can we get it back? An FT film starring Lydia West and Arthur Darvill in collaboration with Sonia Friedman Productions and supported by Luminate. An interrogation scene explores how Covid-19 has exposed the tension between the need for data to track and trace, and the right to privacy and justice.
NH legislators work on about 1000 bills every year. Each legislator is assigned 1 staff person. Legislators are paid $100 a year. Add all that up and I start to wonder; How does each legislator find time and research skill to determine what to do with each bill.
- Party leaders
- Its their thing
- Lobbying by citzens
- Something else
We have seen instances of legislators putting forth bills whose wording matches that of similar bills (including misspelled words) presented in other states. These bills, written by lobbyists can be fine, depending on a number of factors:
How and why did the lobbying group target one legislator? In some instances it is the party leader who picks the one.
Does the bill reflect the views of the legislator and their voters?
The authors of an important new essay collection discuss proposals for international order in the 21st century. This webinar launches Anchoring the World: International Order in the Twenty-First Century, published by Foreign Affairs. This anthology marks the Centennials of Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, the Council on Foreign Relations and Chatham House. The anthology is the culmination of the Lloyd George Study Group on World Order.