The latest in policy news from the CQ Roll Call newsroom.
Health: No more secret negotiated rates
The Trump administration on Thursday finalized a rule requiring health plans to publicize detailed pricing information that includes secret negotiated rates with medical providers. CQ Roll Call Lauren Clason reports.
Tech: Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg goes to Washington
Silicon Valley's prized law Section 230 which guides how Big Tech can place content on its platforms is under fire in Congress. Big Tech leaders including Twitter's Jack Dorsey and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg come under fire in Congress Wednesday. CQ Roll Call's Dean De Chiaro reports.
Legal: What are the election challenges before the Supreme Court?
With a week to go before Election Day, there are a number of cases before the Supreme Court that deal with voting. CQ Roll Call's Todd Ruger looks at the docket before the justices and unpacks what is at stake.
Health: Rapid COVID-19 tests from White House may help schools open
States are beginning to receive rapid antigen tests from the White House and are trying to figure out the best ways to incorporate COVID-19 testing in their K through 12 schools. CQ Roll Call's Mary Ellen McIntire reports.
Election special: Environmental and energy issues for the next administration
CQ Roll Call's Benjamin J. Hulac looks ahead at the top environmental and energy policy concerns for whichever presidential candidate wins.
Election special: Financial policy issues for the next administration
CQ Roll Call's Jim Saksa looks ahead at the top financial services and financial technology policy concerns for whichever presidential candidate wins.