Welcome again to Necessary & Proper. Today we bring you the great discussion we had from the closing panel of the 2019 Legislative Branch Review Conference, held on the Hill in February in partnership with the Federalist Society's Georgetown Student Chapter. The panel reflected on the history of bipartisan Congressional investigations and shared their expectations for how civil, united, and fact-based they expect the oversight of the 116th Congress will be. We hope you find this podcast interesting and enjoyable.
Ms. Elise Bean, Washington Co-Director, Levin Center at Wayne Law
Mr. Stanley M. Brand, Senior Counsel, Akin Gump
Ms. Machalagh Carr, General Counsel & Parliamentarian (R), Committee on Ways and Means, U. S. House of Representatives
Mr. Jon Skladany, Chief Counsel for Oversight (R), Committee on Financial Services, U.S. House of Representatives
Moderator: Mr. Justin Rood, Director of the Congressional Oversight Initiative, The Project On Government Oversight
Introduction: Nathan Kaczmarek, Director, Article I Initiative; Director, Regulatory Transparency Project