InSight Public Affairs in the news

Click on a story below to read what the media is saying about the InSight team and what the InSight team is saying about today's policy trends, when the news seeks our leaders' unique perspectives.

 

Politico Influence newsletter (Politico, April 2018)

Politico Influence newsletter (Politico, March 2018)

InSight signs four” (Politico, February 2018)

NAFTA renegotiation triggers new ‘safe harbor’ copyright battle” (Variety, January 2018)

PA trio launches InSight” (O’Dwyer’s, December 2017)

Lobbying World update (The Hill, December 2017)

Former Podesta, BGR lobbyists start new firm” (Politico, December 2017)

Charging Bull vs. Fearless Girl: Why the artist has no case” (Fortune, April 2017)

House Judiciary Committee approves bill making Copyright Office chief presidential appointee” (B&C, March 2017)

Senate Dems shamed for nearly all-white top staffers” (Politico, December 2016)

Clinton v. Trump on copyrights and patents: Reading the platform and the tea leaves” (Ars Technica, November 2016)

New initiative looks to fuel next administration’s Latino political appointments” (BuzzFeed News, September 2016)

What do Latinos think of Clinton’s VP pick Tim Kaine?” (NBC News, July 2016)

VP candidate or not, Labor Sec. Tom Perez touts Democrats’ jobs record” (NBC News, May 2016)

Latino turnout in Iowa demands attention from campaigns, experts say” (NBC News, February 2016)

Latino PACs eye a bigger role in 2016” (The Atlantic, July 2015)

Top Maryland Democrats ponder post-Mikulski options” (The New York Times, March 2015)

Edwards announces she will run for Senate, set to battle Van Hollen” (The Washington Post, March 2015)

Martin O’Malley now has 2016 option: A run for president, or Senate” (The Washington Times, March 2015)

In California, Latino leaders see room to elect one of their own” (The Atlantic, January 2015)