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John Hudak
John Hudak is a fellow in Governance Studies and Managing Editor of the FixGov blog. His research examines questions of presidential power in the contexts of administration, personnel, and public policy. Additionally, he focuses on campaigns and elections, bureaucratic process and legislative-executive interaction.

Entries by John Hudak

Here's Why Marijuana Legalization Just Might Keep The Senate Blue

(11) Comments | Posted August 21, 2014 | 1:40 PM

From the Brookings FixGov blog's John Hudak.

Marijuana legalization might ensure Harry Reid remains the Senate Majority Leader in 2014. In a year in which the battle for majority control of the Senate is the biggest story of the midterms, every race counts. One of the more competitive...

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Republicans Are the Reason Secretary Sebelius Won't Resign

(277) Comments | Posted October 25, 2013 | 8:07 PM

As Congress begins investigations into the Affordable Care Act rollout and the flaws, Republicans are calling for resignations as far up as the Secretary of Health and Human Services. The logic goes: if managerial issues were behind failures to test the website component of the...

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Grit Won

(407) Comments | Posted October 11, 2012 | 11:15 PM

Tonight was a battle for voters in the middle. Both parties put their finest soldiers in the field. Better equipped than Obama and Romney -- distant and aloof standard-bearers -- Vice President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan grew up among the ranks of the people they need to win....

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