FBT D.C. is Brown Todd’s inside-the-Beltway look at the issues of the day, debated with gusto by a bipartisan crew of well-weathered recovering politicians and former senior government officials.
Episode 3, FBT D.C.
- Issue 1: January 6 – The Fallout Continues. Congressional hearings draw increasing attention. What election reforms might be passed? What should investigation targets do to prepare? Will President Trump be indicted?
- Issue 2: Planes, Trains and Automobiles. And Bridges and Broadband. Infrastructure was a rare bipartisan victory on Capitol Hill. How can businesses seek project support? What are some early success stories? What’s the outsized role to be played by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell?
- Issue 3: Crypto Crashing. It appears that the bubble may have burst on crypto, with prices on popular currencies such as Bitcoin plummeting in recent weeks. What’s blockchain’s future? How strong a regulatory footprint will emerge? What should crypto businesses do to prepare?
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Trey Grayson: two-term Kentucky Secretary of State (R), Leader McConnell’s handpicked candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2010; now, national leader in election modernization and Managing Principal of CivicPoint, Frost Brown Todd’s government relations subsidiary.
Sohan Dasgupta: former Deputy Counsel of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security under President Trump, now a Member of Frost Brown Todd’s Washington, DC office.
Katelyn Wiard: multiple gubernatorial appointee by Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear, now Federal Policy Specialist for Frost Brown Todd’s Washington, DC office.