May 9 marked the start of the bicameral conference to negotiate the House-passed USICA and Senate-passed COMPETES Act—both designed to counter China’s growing global influence and improve U.S. competitiveness. Brownstein’s Government Relations team sits down to discuss this rarely used political practice, possible roadblocks, the timeline and the potential effects of a successful or failed conference.
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