Entries by Erica Mitchell

Agenda 5/14/17

By S-3 Public Affairs Fact of the Week: Since January, Congress embraced the Congressional Review Act to undo 14 regulations, saving $3.7 billion and 4.2 million hours of paperwork. “This was the first Congress to successfully use the CRA to repeal a regulation since 2001.” The Senate Republican Policy Committee (citing estimates from the American […]

Agenda 5/7/17

By S-3 Public Affairs Fact of the Week: Bloomberg’s Matt Levine shared a report this week that finds meetings with the president is good for companies. The report reads, “Using novel data on White House visitors from 2009 through 2015, we find that corporate executives’ meetings with key policymakers are associated with positive abnormal stock […]

Agenda 4/30/17

By S-3 Public Affairs A note from S-3 Public Affairs: We are thrilled this week to welcome Arjun Mody to our growing team!  Fact of the Week: Startups are on the rise. Bloomberg reports, “The Bloomberg U.S. Startups Barometer rose 0.6 percent from a year earlier, marking the first year-over-year increase since the end of […]

Supreme Court confirmation week: Neil Gorsuch’s game plan

By Ryan Lovelace Judge Neil Gorsuch’s team, anticipating roadblocks as he prepares for Senate confirmation hearings this week, is executing a carefully crafted plan to gain Democratic support for his Supreme Court nomination. “The biggest challenge you have is don’t let him get too far away from who he is,” said Rob Collins, a strategic […]

S-3 Expands Its Reach, Firm Adds Bipartisan, Bicameral Professionals

Washington, DC– S-3 Public Affairs today announced the addition of two team members, Todd Wooten and Kate Dickens, both seasoned Hill veterans. S-3 Public Affairs takes a holistic approach to public affairs. Recognizing the changing landscape and playbook in DC, the firm is anchored by the best policy, media and political minds. Working as an […]