Price St. Clair

Price St. Clair is a public policy researcher in Washington, D.C., and a former reporter for The Dispatch.

Price St. Clair

Crawling Toward a Carbon Tariff?

A new bipartisan bill aims to pave the way for more ambitious climate-oriented trade policy.

The Debt Ceiling Deal’s Energy Provisions, Explained

The Fiscal Responsibility Act tweaked the permitting process, but more comprehensive changes could come later this year.

The States’ Approach to Artificial Intelligence, Explained

Privacy concerns take precedence in the rush to regulate AI.

Debt Ceiling Countdown: An Explainer

Here we go...again?

The Debt Ceiling Decision Tree

With days to go before the ‘X-date,’ several scenarios could play out.

The Biden Administration’s Approach to AI, Explained

The government already regulates artificial intelligence, but future federal policy will depend on how Congress understands its risks.

The Biden Family’s Legal Woes, Explained

At least nine members of the president’s family have received payments from foreign nationals.

Donald Trump’s Plan to Pare Back the ‘Deep State,’ Explained

The former president’s once and future plan to clean house in the federal bureaucracy has broader GOP support.

Abortion Pills, Explained

What happens when a pregnant woman follows the FDA-approved abortion regimen?

North Carolina’s Gritty Gubernatorial Campaign

The state’s Republicans hold most political power, but the 2024 campaign for governor will be competitive.