While President Biden this week marked the milestone of 1 million deaths from COVID in the U.S., a fresh round of funding to boost the availability of tests, therapeutics and vaccines remains stalled in Congress. Consensus on a $10 billion COVID aid package briefly emerged earlier this spring, but to break a logjam in the… Read more »

Several House Republicans are in the mix for the open seat on the House Ways and Means Committee created by Rep. Tom Reed’s (R-NY) resignation earlier this week. Ways and Means, the chief tax-writing committee in the House, is a powerful and highly-coveted committee assignment. Rep. David Kustoff (R-TN) is reportedly a front runner for… Read more »

House Democrats running for reelection in competitive districts are urging leadership this week to push more legislation that could reverse the party’s political fortunes ahead of the midterm elections this fall. Roughly six months out from the elections, Republicans are well-positioned to take back the House this fall. Many of the 32 Frontline Democrats considered… Read more »

The deadline to submit an application for ASAE’s 2022 Power of Associations Awards has been extended to Friday, May 6. The Power of Associations Awards are offered in five categories: Community Support and Engagement, Diversity and Inclusion, Advocacy, Industry/Professional Advancement and Global Development. Even through the pandemic-related challenges of the past two years, associations have… Read more »

Association professionals who want to attend the ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition but have limited organizational resources can now apply for the ASAE-USAE Travel Scholarship to offset their costs. The ASAE-USAE Travel Scholarship awards three scholarships annually to support a diverse pool of ASAE members who are committed to advancing their knowledge, network and career… Read more »