Kat, a trade reporter for MLex, originally cut her teeth at Tax Analysts, where she covered Congress and the Internal Revenue Service. She also focused on health care and tax for Bloomberg BNA and The Hill. Kat was previously a staff writer for a community newspaper in Washington, D.C. and a reporting fellow for the Sunlight Foundation, where she wrote about money and influence in federal politics and policy.
Selected Insights by Kat
Covid-19, hurricane season spark Duracell, Energizer push to lift tariffs on China-sourced batteriesEnergizer Holdings and Duracell say their operations won’t be able to meet an upcoming surge of demand for batteries during the coronavirus pandemic.
Tariff-relief requests for surgical tools, air filters, breathing circuits, other products flood US trade officeElectric surgical tools, heating systems, air filters, respiratory devices, tankless water heaters and machines that make medical masks are among the imports for which businesses this week have sought US relief from China tariffs in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis.
US steel importers plan to bring their legal bid against the Trump administration’s metal tariffs to the Supreme Court after a federal appeals court today rejected claims the national security authority used to justify the levies violates the Constitution.
A new US trade accord with China won't mean the end of the Trump administration's attempts to constrain its trans-Pacific rival.
The Trump administration's classified national security car tariff report may emerge from the shadows next month after the US Congress today sent the White House a 2020 federal spending bill that contains a requirement to publicize the details.