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New poll finds Americans distrust political news from social media and are not influenced by President Trump’s derisive Twitter habits.
The October issue is now out! Read about who’s tuning in and who’s tuning out to Trump’s tweets and policy actions in the states.
If a U.S. president tweets in a forest and no one is around to hear him, does he make a sound?
States are getting more policy traction than the federal government, but with this shift comes another level of complexity for lobbyists.
Pfizer’s senior director of U.S. public affairs has been a Boston Heraldeditorial writer and chief of staff to two governors. But her biggest challenge came on 9/11.
Did POTUS sling out a derisive tweet about your company? Don’t sweat it, most people don’t care.
From redistricting to marijuana legalization, citizen activists are eyeing the ballot more and more to take their issues directly to the people.
Our new Impact video series highlights some of the best public affairs offices in Washington. Watch how Visa uses its space to show technology in practice.
Author David Callahan explores why it’s not just corporations and the super-rich that are leading the philanthropic charge to solve social issues.
Stakeholders want companies to take a stand on issues. Forward-thinking organizations are developing new internal processes to respond. Read Impact.
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