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It’s being reported today that New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has reached a deal with Uber and will abandon attempts to cap its growth in the world’s top ride-sharing market.

In this article published on Forbes.com, we examine the complex swirl of historical forces that took down the Confederate flag in South Carolina. 
 

Advocacy Campaigns“I present myself to you in a form suitable to the relationship I wish to achieve with you.” – Luigi Pirandello, (b.

In this article published today in USA Today, we discuss Governor Mario Cuomo’s legacy as a peacemaker of a purple shade. The former New York governor transcended partisan divides, yet kept true to progressive roots.

This week, Richard Levick participated in a round table discussion on the Sony hack and the normalization of relations between the U.S. and Cuba on WJLA’s “Washington Business Report.”

In this article published today by The Hill, we examine the horrific and tragic terrorist attack at a school in Pakistan that took the lives of more than 100 children – and what it means for U.S.-Pakistan relations moving forward.

In this article published today on Forbes.com, we examine New York’s politically torturous road to a ban on fracking. It actually underscores the opportunity the energy industry still has to win a communications campaign and reverse its current setback.

In this article published today on LEVICK Energy, we examine industry reactions to today’s announcement by Governor Andrew Cuomo that New York will ban fracking statewide.

In this article published today by The Hill, we take a closer look at two prospective candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016.

Companies and associations across the country have long worked with the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), a free-market trade organization that facilitates relationships with legislators and their staff to advance model legislation across the country.

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