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Articles by Dennis Lytton

Dennis Lytton

Dennis Lytton graduated from the McCourt School in 2015. Before Georgetown, Dennis worked in operations management at Los Angeles Metro Rail. Before Metro Rail, Dennis worked as a staffer for elected officials in the Los Angeles area. He has written and advocated on the issue of sustainable transportation, infrastructure finance, and management. Dennis received his BA in Political Science from the University of California, Los Angeles and attended Golden West College in Huntington Beach, California.

The National Infrastructure Bank: A Cure-All for America’s Infrastructure Woes?

By Dennis Lytton The first infrastructure bank bill was proposed by Congress in 2007, and some iteration of it has been reintroduced in every Congress since. Beginning in 2009, the Obama Administration identified the creation of a National Infrastructure Bank (NIB) as an important goal for enhancing surface transportation financing. The President recently renewed that…

Domestic Policy in 2014

The year 2013 certainly provided no shortage of fodder for policy wonks. We faced off over the debt limit and government shutdown, scraped together a budget deal, alternatively debated and ignored immigration reform, witnessed the shaky rollout of the Affordable Care Act’s insurance exchanges, confronted the realities of our government’s surveillance in the name of…