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The New Policymakers: SCOTUS & its Growing Influence on Policy and Elections

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In maybe its most consequential term in decades, the Supreme Court had an arguably more impactful policy session than Congress, with decisions to overturn Roe v. Wade, expand the rights of gun owners, strengthen the role of religion in public life, and curtail the Biden administration’s power to combat climate change.

With a 6-3 conservative majority, that’s likely just the tip of the iceberg. The ramifications for government relations and advocacy professionals who traditionally looked to influence policy through educating legislators are vast and far-reaching.

Join our live webinar on Wednesday, July 20 at 2 p.m. EDT for a conversation with award-winning CQ and Roll Call journalists on the recent SCOTUS decisions, a preview of the upcoming term and how the Supreme Court will likely determine public policy, the potential impacts for industry professionals, and what it all means for the midterm elections.


  • Todd Ruger, Editor of Immigration and Legal Affairs, CQ and Roll Call

  • Mike Macagnone, Policy Reporter, CQ and Roll Call

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