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R. Neal Martin

ML Strategies - Director, Government Relations

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With 18 years of experience, Neal is a Director of Government Relations at ML Strategies. With more than 10 years’ experience in government and government relations, he focuses on issues related to transportation and infrastructure, clean energy, trade, and federal appropriations. Working with a client portfolio made up of nonprofits, clean energy start-ups, and large companies, Neal’s efforts have focused on increasing client visibility and influence with decision makers at the congressional and federal agency level, and providing strategic advice on public policy and federal funding opportunities.

Prior to joining ML Strategies, Neal served as a legislative assistant to then US Sen. Max Cleland, where he was responsible for numerous issues including appropriations, the environment, natural resources, international relations, trade, historic preservation, and smart growth.

Education

  • University of Georgia (BA)

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Energy & Sustainability Washington Updates – September 2019

September 20, 2019 | Article | By R. Neal Martin

Read the latest energy policy updates coming out of the Capitol, including updates on temporary tax provisions for energy, upcoming legislative hearings for the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, and the Proposed Strategic Energy for America (SEA) Act.
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Infrastructure & Surface Transportation Update | ML Strategies

August 21, 2019 | Alert | By Frank C. Guinta, Christian Tamotsu Fjeld, Stephen J. Silveira, R. Neal Martin

Read about infrastructure-related bills and measures before Congress, including the surface transportation and Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) reauthorizations.
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Energy & Sustainability Washington Updates – August 2019

August 13, 2019 | Article | By R. Neal Martin

Congress started its annual summer recess on August 5, with the House and Senate both scheduled to return to Washington on September 9 for a three-week work period before returning to their states and districts for the first two weeks of October.

DHS’s Final EB-5 Regulations: What Stakeholders Need to Know

August 5, 2019 | Blog | By Alexander Hecht, R. Neal Martin, Douglas Hauer

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Energy & Sustainability Washington Updates – July 2019

July 3, 2019 | Article | By R. Neal Martin

Read the latest energy policy updates coming out of the Capitol, including updates on tax extenders legislation, new energy legislation, and federal funding.
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Energy & Sustainability Washington Updates – June 2019

June 7, 2019 | Article | By R. Neal Martin

Read the latest energy policy updates coming out of the Capitol, including bipartisan efforts on temporary tax policy, a request by the Democratic Party for EPA documents on the agency’s fuel economy rollback, and new legislation.
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Energy & Sustainability Washington Updates – May 2019

May 2, 2019 | Article | By R. Neal Martin

Read the latest energy policy updates coming out of the Capitol, including recent Senate and House hearings, new energy legislation, and energy infrastructure Executive Orders.
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Energy & Sustainability Washington Updates – April 2019

April 1, 2019 | Article | By R. Neal Martin

Read the latest energy policy updates coming out of the Capitol, including information on tax extenders and the Fiscal Year 2020 budget request.
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Following the November 6th United States Federal elections, Frank Pallone Jr. (D-NJ) is expected to become the Chairman of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce.  Pallone issued a statement on the Democrats winning the House majority, indicating his intent to take on the role of Chairman.  “Last night’s election results were a big win for our nation and for the American people. In the coming days, I will be asking my Democratic colleagues for their support to lead our party as Chairman of the Energy and Commerce Committee.”

President Signs Legislation Reforming CFIUS & Export Controls

August 28, 2018 | Alert | By Alexander Hecht, R. Neal Martin

Congress has continued its 57-year tradition of passing an annual defense authorization bill with the John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2019 finalized by Congress on August 1 and signed into law by President Trump on August 13. The NDAA makes important reforms and updates to the process by which investments in U.S. businesses by foreign persons are reviewed by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) and updates and codifies Department of Commerce practices related to export controls.