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Posts Tagged ‘John Reichard’

CQ Roll Call’s John Reichard to Retire

CQ Roll CallCQ Roll Call HealthBeat editor John Reichard will retire at the end of November, the media company’s chief content officer David Rapp informed colleagues this afternoon. Reichard founded HealthBeat, which was bought by CQ 10 years ago.

Of his 33 year career as a DC journo, Rapp said, “Throughout his career he set the standard for authoritative, timely and objective reporting. He has also developed an avid and loyal following among top-tier policymakers in Washington, who’ve counted on John to keep them up to speed on all manner of policy developments. And he is, without doubt, one of the nicest colleagues in our newsroom.”

HealthBeat Managing Editor Adriel Bettelheim will oversee daily operations of the vertical going forward.

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CQ Weekly: The Cover

This week’s CQ Weekly cover story by Richard E. Cohen and the publication’s editor Fred Barbash examines how Newt’s record will fare under a harsh campaign spotlight. They address important questions like the following:

“If he was that great as Speaker, why did his colleagues try to oust him? Why did Americans give him approval ratings in the 30 percent range during his time in office? And why do so many politicians and political scientists, when asked when politics got so poisonous, mention Gingrich?”

Also in the issue: CQ‘s John Donnelly reports on how deep cuts in spending would force tough choices on the Pentagon but leave the U.S. military with some of its biggest budgets ever; CQ‘s John Reichard reports on how President Obama‘s new pick to head the Center for Medicare and Medicaid, Mairlyn Tavenner, may have a gentler Senate ride than her predecessor.

Look for the stories online later in the week.