How Do We Balance Security and Privacy in a World of Facial Recognition?

California’s Governor Newsom recently signed into law a state-wide ban on the use of facial recognition surveillance by law enforcement agencies. Our Bartlett Cleland explains in new article why this is a “decisive move” for individual privacy, but warns that the appropriate use of this technology is complicated.

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Cobb Named "Top 40 Under 40" in Richmond, VA

Stephen Cobb, attorney and associate fellow for innovation and technology for the Rainey Center, has been named one of 2019's "Top 40 Under 40" by Style Weekly in Richmond, VA.

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Is A "Climate Change" Occurring Among Republicans?

Stories about climate action increasingly feature young people as leading voices. In the United States, young people are leading the way on the issue of climate change in an unusual place: the heart of the Republican Party. Sarah Hunt explains in a recent article that a growing majority of young Republicans view climate action as a policy priority.

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We Need To Stop America’s Nuclear Brain Drain

The United States' leadership in nuclear power is in decline, as our CEO, Sarah Hunt, explains in a new article. The answer may lie in a bipartisan bill called the Nuclear Energy Leadership Act.

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It's Time for the US to Take Grid Security Seriously, Hunt Says

Twenty-first century life, from life-saving technological advancements in hospitals to improved food storage, depends heavily on a reliable electric grid. Each year our demands on the grid rise, and according to Sarah Hunt, the grid is increasingly at risk which is a national security issue.

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Sarah Hunt Addresses the Question: Is Climate Bipartisanship Possible?

Sarah Hunt participated in a keynote panel which asked the question, is climate bipartisanship possible? As a leader in conservative clean energy policy, Hunt provided a vision of climate action that was founded on traditional, conservative values.

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Garrison & Lann: U.S. Needs Greater Parity with Russia On Hypersonic Nuclear Weapons

Russia is developing hypersonic nuclear weapons, and according to Bishop Garrison, our president and co-founder, and Preston Lann, research assistant, the United States may not be prepared to defend against them. Garrison and Lann recently explained the situation in an article for RealClearDefense.

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Garrison Says Former Attorney General Eric Holder “Wants The Law Upheld”

Bishop Garrison, Rainey Center president and co-founder, appeared on MSNBC over the weekend to discuss a recent in-depth interview former attorney general Eric Holder conducted with CNN.

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Sarah Hunt Joins Board of Re-Launched PACENation

PACENation announced its relaunch as an independent, membership-funded nonprofit organization as well as the election of nine clean energy finance and policy leaders to its board of directors, including our CEO and co-founder, Sarah Hunt.

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We Can Address America’s Trust Problem Through Service, Garrison Says

One of our most significant threats to national security today is the lack of shared trust. Rainey Center's Bishop Garrison was recently published in Thrive Global along with co-author Mary Beth Bruggeman of The Mission Continues, outlining how we can work towards addressing that threat through national service.

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