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The recent 2020 Presidential election was unprecedented, with more Americans casting their ballots early or by mail than ever before. Putting aside partisan claims regarding the outcome, election integrity watchdogs have raised legitimate concerns about the security of the process and poor enforcement of election laws in key battleground states like Wisconsin. Join NRI’s Andrew C. McCarthy and WILL President Rick Esenberg for a discussion regarding ballot security in the aftermath of the 2020 election and why election integrity matters.
Co-hosted in partnership with the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty
With the birthrate at a 35-year low, studies show that a major reason women fall short on their childbearing goals involves finances. Conservatives are divided on how to help families, especially when it comes to child tax credits and earned income tax credits. This year, most households with children will receive $3,600 for each child under 6 years old and $3,000 for each older child. The Biden Administration and some Republicans in Congress want to make it permanent or have introduced their own versions of child allowance proposals. Our panel of experts will take different sides of the issue – Angela Rachidi and Scott Winship support tax credits that promote and reward work, while Ramesh Ponnuru and Robert Stein support a bigger expansion of tax credits that won’t add to the deficit. National Review’s Michael Brendan Dougherty will moderate the discussion.