Sponsor eBriefing

Policy Opportunities and Executive Power in the Biden Presidency

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Date and Time
January 21, 2021 3 - 3:30 PM EST
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Live Online

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Cato Institute experts are poised to educate and offer feedback on a variety of policy proposals put forth by the Biden administration. What can we expect from the Biden presidency? What are some of the policy opportunities and challenges that lie ahead? And what limits, if any, does President Biden recognize when it comes to the powers of the president?

In this Sponsor eBriefing, David Boaz, Executive Vice President at the Cato Institute, and Gene Healy, Vice President at the Cato Institute, will discuss how Cato scholars plan to respond to the Biden administration on a variety of his policy proposals and what we can expect executive power to look like under Biden.

This discussion will also rely on your questions and observations for David and Gene. Please submit any questions or comments ahead of time in the interface on this webpage, or send them to Harrison Moar at hmoar@​cato.​org.


Can’t watch the live webcast? No problem! A recording of the eBriefing will be posted on this page 48 hours after the live webcast.

Featuring David Boaz, Executive Vice President, Cato Institute; and Gene Healy, Vice President, Cato Institute; moderated by Caleb O. Brown, Host of the Cato Daily Podcast.