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R. Neal Martin

Senior Director of Government Relations

RNMartin@mlstrategies.com

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With more than two decades of experience in government and government relations, Neal is Senior Director of Government Relations at ML Strategies. He has represented clients before the U.S. Congress and Executive Branch on a wide range of issues including appropriations, energy and sustainability, tax policy, trade, and transportation.  In support of a client portfolio that has included Fortune 100 companies, start-ups, non-profits and associations, and colleges and universities, Neal works to advance client goals related to federal policy and funding opportunities, and to increase client visibility with decision makers at the congressional and federal agency level.

Prior to joining ML Strategies, Neal served as a legislative assistant to U.S. Senator Max Cleland (D-GA), advising him on numerous issues including appropriations, energy and environment, international relations, natural resources, and trade.

Education

  • University of Georgia (BA)

Case Studies

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ML Strategies formed a coalition of hydropower and renewable energy developers to build support for Massachusetts legislation, which was enacted in August 2016, that allows the state’s utilities to enter into long-term contracts with energy suppliers.
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ML Strategies advocated for the National Association of Health and Educational Facilities Finance Authorities (NAHEFFA) amid the Trump administration’s tax law overhaul. The final bill maintained the private activity bond tax exemption, including for nonprofit hospitals and higher education.
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ML Strategies advocated for the interests of the Massachusetts Health & Hospital Association (MHA) and its members before the Massachusetts legislature and health agencies through several rounds of cost containment legislation and bills designed to address the opioid crisis.

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Our September 2022 Energy & Sustainability Washington Update covers the initial rollout of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 and recent Bipartisan Infrastructure Law opportunities issued by the US Department of Energy.
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Our August 2022 Energy & Sustainability Washington Update covers the Inflation Reduction Act, a pending Senate bill calling for significant investments in energy security and addressing climate change, and Bipartisan Infrastructure Law opportunities issued by the US Department of Energy.
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The next three weeks will be full of activity in Washington D.C., as the House of Representatives and Senate are working to push their legislative agendas to garner support from their constituents ahead of an August recess and before political “silly season” officially kicks in ahead of the upcoming mid-term elections in November. Here’s our latest update on what you can expect in Congress during the July work period.
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Our July 2022 Energy & Sustainability Washington Update covers the Democrats’ continued push for a revised Build Back Better Act, a letter from House Democrats to the SEC on climate risk disclosure issues, the strong growth of energy jobs, new energy & sustainability legislation, and more.
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Read about energy legislation and energy policy news, including President Biden’s FY 2023 request for $48.2 billion for the DOE, the Senate Climate Change Task Force’s proposal for energy independence, and the EPA’s Clean Air in Buildings Challenge.

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