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Updated July 2020
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For over fifty years, the Committee for Economic Development (CED) has helped to bridge the gap between the business community and policy leaders so that they can play an essential role in boosting educational access and quality. CED is pleased to present a podcast series about key early learning and college- and career-ready issues that features both CED Members as well as national experts.
 
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First, Dana Bash interviews FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn about a claim made by President Trump that 99% of coronavirus cases are "totally harmless.” Then, Dana speaks to Austin Mayor Steve Adler about his reaction to the President’s claim and how soon Austin hospitals will reach capacity. Next, Dana talks with GOP Senator Joni Ernst about Presiden…
 
First, Jake interviews Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar about the escalating coronavirus pandemic and how the United states is trying to stop it. Then, Jake talks with former National Security Adviser John Bolton in a wide-ranging interview on reports that Russia is offering a bounty for terrorists in Afghanistan to kill US troops and …
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has delivered an unprecedentedly rapid shock to the US economy, sending unemployment rates to levels not seen since the Great Depression. In response, Congress enacted—on a temporary basis—one of the largest Federal expansions of unemployment benefits in US history. With the expiration of some of those changes already approach…
 
First, Jake talks with House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler about the President’s decision to fire the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey Berman and criticisms made by former National Security Adviser John Bolton about the impeachment investigation. Then, Jake interviews former US Attorney for the Southern Di…
 
First, Jake talks with House Democratic Whip Rep. Jim Clyburn about the killing of Rayshard Brooks and upcoming policing reform legislation in Congress. Then, Jake interviews White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow on the current recession and the lack of transparency in government coronavirus relief loans. Next, Jake talks with Democratic Rep. I…
 
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the US labor market is experiencing a shock sharper than any in living memory. While likely understating the number of people at least temporarily sidelined, the official unemployment rate rocketed from close to a 50 year low to its highest level since the Great Depression in a matter of weeks. For black commun…
 
First, Jake talks with former Secretary of State Gen. Colin Powell in a wide-ranging interview on President Trump's leadership during nationwide protests on racial injustice and America's role in the world. Powell says he is supporting former Vice President Joe Biden in the 2020 election. Then, Jake interviews Housing and Urban Development Secretar…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting many aspects of American life, and its future trajectory is hard to predict. As CED trustees Bob Kueppers and Ron Klein wrote in a recent op-ed, “While we cannot know the state of the pandemic at the time of the November elections, policymakers and election officials must act now to ensure that COVID-19 is neithe…
 
First, Jake talks with St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter about the killing of George Floyd in Minnesota and protests nationwide over his death. Then, Jake interviews Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms on the threat of coronavirus during these protests and New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker on how to fight racism in the United States. Next, Jake talks with nati…
 
First, Dana talks with White House adviser Kevin Hassett about the economic outlook during the coronavirus pandemic and another potential aid package from Congress. Then, Dana interviews New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy about beaches reopening on Memorial Day and how his state is reopening the economy. Next, Dana talks with Florida Sen. Rick Scott about…
 
First, Jake talks with Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar about the US testing response to the coronavirus pandemic and what's next as states being to reopen. Then, Jake talks to California Gov. Gavin Newsom about his state's looming budget deficit amid the coronavirus outbreak. Next, Jake talks to Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine about efforts …
 
First, Jake talks with White House senior economic adviser Kevin Hassett about dire new economic numbers during the coronavirus outbreak and new cases among White House staff. Then, Jake interviews Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker about his plan to reopen his state in the face of continued new cases and deaths. Next, Jake talks with Atlanta Mayor Keisha…
 
Faced with a public health and economic crisis unlike any in living memory, Congress has enacted trillions of dollars of relief while the Federal Reserve is carrying out unprecedented market interventions. How successful have those efforts been and what more will need to be done in order to minimize harm? How should policymakers proceed given the u…
 
First, Jake interviews White House Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow on the status of further stimulus packages and the push within the White House to reopen the economy. Then, Jake talks with Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer about the protests in her state and Joe Biden's denial of Tara Reade's sexual assault allegation. Next, Jake talks with Maryla…
 
The public sector is scrambling to address the massive public health and economic crisis driven by the COVID-19 pandemic. As policymakers and bureaucrats at all levels of government have sought to ameliorate harm and spur an effective response, the performance of many government programs and systems—in terms of meeting demand for fast changes, incr…
 
First, Jake interviews Speaker Nancy Pelosi on how Congress is responding to the coronavirus outbreak and her view of the Trump administration's response. Then, Jake talks with White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx on efforts to ramp up testing in the United States and President Trump's recent comments on disinfectants. Next…
 
First, Jake interviews Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on the latest in the negotiations in Congress for more small business loan funding and the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the economy. Then, Jake talks with Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer about his view on the possible deal and the administration's coronavirus testing system. T…
 
As states and communities seek to stem the spread of COVID-19, governors have issued stay-at-home orders for all residents with the exception of essential personnel who must work. Throughout the country, the child care industry—both child care centers and home-based programs— has been significantly impacted as well. Many programs have closed. Some …
 
As states and communities seek to stem the spread of COVID-19, governors have issued stay-at-home orders for all residents with the exception of essential personnel who must work. Throughout the country, the child care industry—both child care centers and home-based programs— has been significantly impacted as well. Many programs have closed. Some …
 
The COVID-19 crisis is posing significant and unprecedented challenges to the US health care system. Health care workers and hospitals are pushed to the brink responding to the pandemic. How can the nation’s response today prepare us for a better health care and public health system in the future? Is there a chance that what we learn today, and the…
 
First, Jake interviews top US infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci on whether the United States could have saved lives by starting social distancing measures earlier as the number of coronavirus deaths in the United States continues to climb. Next, Jake talks about the coronavirus response throughout the country with three key governors: New Jer…
 
The United States is dealing with an acute crisis, unique in our recent economy history. In order to address the COVID-19 pandemic, policymakers and business leaders are bringing major elements of everyday life and commerce to a temporary halt. The US economy is almost certainly already in recession. The effects of the pandemic, including the publi…
 
First, Jake interviews Secretary of Defense Mark Esper about how the military is mobilizing to respond to coronavirus. Next, Jake talks with Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards about the rapidly escalating crisis in his state. Then, Jake talks with Illinois Governor JB Pritzker about how his state is obtaining lifesaving medical supplies. Next, Jak…
 
As described in the January 2020 Committee for Economic Development of the Conference Board (CED) policy statement, Boosting Immigration: Harnessing global talent to increase US competitiveness, innovation, and prosperity, the challenges presented by slowing population and labor force growth and an aging populace will require the US to embrace ever…
 
First, Jake interviews Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi on the Trump administration's response to the coronavirus outbreak and the $2 trillion relief package passed by Congress this week. Next, Jake talks with top infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci about how long to expect the outbreak to last and what can be done to stop it. Then, Jake talks…
 
April 1, 2020 is Census Day—Americans responding to the once-in-a-decade count will report where they were living on that day. As the Committee for Economic Development of The Conference Board outlined in its policy brief, The 2020 Census: The Importance of an Accurate and Robust Accounting of our Nation’s Population, the census is the primary sour…
 
First, Jake discusses the latest in the federal government's response to the coronavirus pandemic with FEMA administrator Peter Gaynor, including what officials are doing to get masks and other supplies to states as soon as possible. Next, Jake talks with Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker on his stay-at-home order over the coronavirus outbreak. Then, Jak…
 
First, Brianna sits down with the nation's top infectious disease doctor, Anthony Fauci, on how bad the coronavirus outbreak could get, whether the US is prepared, the administrations response so far and more. Next, Brianna interviews Ohio Republican Governor Mike DeWine on his decision to close schools and how Ohio is prepared to respond to the ou…
 
First, Jake interviews presidential candidate and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders about the upcoming contests in the 2020 race, the effect of coronavirus on the campaign and why he says he's better than Joe Biden to take on President Trump. Then, Jake sits down with Surgeon General Jerome Adams about the spread of coronavirus in the United States, the …
 
First, Jake sits down with Vice President Mike Pence to discuss the first coronavirus death in the United States and what steps the administration is taking to combat the disease. Then, Jake talks to former Vice President Joe Biden about his big win in the South Carolina primary and his momentum heading into Super Tuesday. Then, the panel of former…
 
First, Jake breaks down Sanders' victory in the Nevada caucuses and the path forward for the other 2020 contenders with former DNC chair and Vermont Gov. Howard Dean and CNN Political Commentator Mark McKinnon. Then, Jake sits down with Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy to talk about Russian interference in the 2020 election and the latest on the presi…
 
First, Dana interviews former South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg on his health care plans for union members in Nevada, attacks against his high-dollar fundraising strategy and his lack of support from black voters. Then, Dana talks with Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar about the crisis at the Justice Department, her criminal justice record in Hennepin Cou…
 
First, Jake talks with 2020 presidential candidate and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders about the upcoming New Hampshire primary, whether his nomination would hurt moderate Democrats and the aftermath of the Iowa caucuses debacle. Then, Jake interviews 2020 presidential candidate and former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg about the upcoming New Hampshir…
 
First, Jake sits down with former South Bend Mayor and 2020 presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg to talk about tomorrow's Iowa caucuses, the latest in the Senate impeachment trial, his new attacks on his fellow 2020 opponents and his struggle to win over black voters. Then, Jake interviews Republican Sen. Joni Ernst of Iowa about her vote to rejec…
 
First, Jake sits down with Oklahoma Sen. James Lankford to talk about his views on the President's impeachment trial and his latest tweet attacking House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff. Next, Jake talks with House Impeachment Manager Rep. Zoe Lofgren about the case from Democrats against the President and efforts to compel witnesses to…
 
First, CNN's Brianna Keilar talks with Trump legal team member Alan Dershowitz and CNN chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin about the constitutional arguments for and against removing President Donald Trump from office in the Senate. Next, Keilar interviews Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown in Ohio about his role as a juror in the Senate trial and the cl…
 
First, Jake talks to Defense Secretary Mark Esper about the threat of Iran on US embassies and the intelligence that led to the death of Qasem Soleimani. Next, Jake talks with Republican Senator Mike Lee on the intelligence briefing he received about the Iran strike and whether there was a threat to US embassies. Then, Jake interviews 2020 presiden…
 
First, Jake talks with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo about President Trump's strike against a top Iranian commander, discussing possible retaliation from the Iranians and questions from Congressional leaders about the intelligence supporting the attack. Next, Jake interviews 2020 presidential candidate Mayor Pete Buttigieg about his criticism of t…
 
First, Jake speaks with Oren Segal of the Anti-Defamation League about the horrific knife attack in New York and the recent string of anti-Semitic attacks in New York. Then, Jake talks to Republican Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana about the ongoing Senate trial negotiations and the President tweeting an unsubstantiated claim about the whistleblow…
 
First, Dana talks to Presidential Candidate and Senate Judiciary Committee member Amy Klobuchar about the Democrats impeachment strategy and her buzzy debate performance. Next, Dana sits down with Republican Senator Roy Blunt, a member of Republican leadership, to discuss a the format of a Senate trial and whether the Presidents actions were approp…
 
PNC’s Grow Up Great initiative exemplifies how business can step in and make an educational difference in children’s early years. This year PNC celebrates the 15th anniversary of their Grow Up Great program, a bilingual initiative to help children from birth through age 5 prepare for success in school and in life. In 2004, PNC employees chose early…
 
First, Jake sits down with Republican Senator Rand Paul to talk about the articles of impeachment against President Trump and the upcoming Senate trial. Next, Jake talks to Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown about the impeachment trial in the Senate, the 2020 Democratic candidates and the USMCA trade deal. Next, Jake speaks to Republican Congressman …
 
With workforce and population growth both slowing, the US will need to make full use of its available talent if it is going to remain globally competitive and continue to deliver growing prosperity for American families. To help address this challenge, the Committee for Economic Development of the Conference Board has released a new policy brief, G…
 
First, Dana sits down with House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler to talk about the latest in the impeachment inquiry against President Trump and a possible vote on articles of impeachment in his panel this week. Nadler says that his case is strong enough that a jury would convict President Trump in "three minutes flat" and suggested he's …
 
First, Dana sits down with 2020 presidential candidate Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota to talk about the latest in the impeachment inquiry, attacks over her opposition of free four-year college and progressive criticism of her health care plan. Then, Dana talks with Democratic Rep. Zoe Lofgren of California about her House panel's key impeachment h…
 
First, Jake sits down with House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff to break down the latest in the House impeachment inquiry and the public testimony this week about President Trump's demand for Ukraine investigations. Then, Jake talks with Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin of New York about the President's defense in the impeachment inquiry and…
 
First, Jake speaks to Republican Rep. Mike Turner of the Intelligence Committee about this week's testimony in the impeachment inquiry and President Trump's conduct in the Ukraine scandal. Then, Jake talks to Democratic Senator Chris Murphy about Ambassador Sondland's future testimony and the President's view of Ukraine. Next, our panel of Rep. Pra…
 
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