Federal Relations

July 8, 2013

This Week in Congress

An overview of relevant House and Senate committee hearings and markups on the schedule this week: TUESDAY, July 9th Senate Appropriations Fiscal 2014 Appropriations: Labor-HHS Subcommittee Markup 11 am, 138 Dirksen House Education and the Workforce Innovation in Higher Education Full Committee Hearing 10 am, 2175 Rayburn WEDNESDAY, July 10th House Appropriations Fiscal 2014 Appropriations:

May 20, 2013

This Week in Congress

An overview of House and Senate Committee Hearings and Markups on the schedule this week. TUESDAY, MAY 21st House Appropriations FISCAL 2014 APPROPRIATIONS: 302(B) ALLOCATIONS May 21, 11 a.m., 2359 Rayburn Bldg Full Committee Markup House Education & the Workforce FISCAL 2014 BUDGET: DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION May 21, 10 a.m., 2175 Rayburn Bldg Full Committee

May 13, 2013

This Week in Congress

TUESDAY, MAY 13th Senate Appropriations 2014 APPROPRIATIONS: HOMELAND SECURITY 2:30 p.m., 138 Dirksen Bldg. Subcommittee Hearing WEDNESDAY, MAY 14th Senate Appropriations 2014 APPROPRIATIONS: DEFENSE 10 a.m., SVC-117 Capitol Visitor Center Subcommittee Hearing 2014 APPROPRIATIONS: ENERGY AND WATER 2:30 p.m., 192 Dirksen Bldg. Subcommittee Hearing 2014 APPROPRIATIONS: LABOR, HHS, EDUCATION 2:30 p.m., 138 Dirksen Bldg. Subcommittee

April 22, 2013

This Week in Congress

Congress is continuing to move forward with the appropriations process this week before adjourning on a week long recess next week. Below are some upcoming congressional hearings scheduled that we will be keeping our eye on and may be of interest to the UW community. Tuesday, April 23 Senate Budget 2014 Budget: Veterans’ Programs 10:30

April 15, 2013

This Week in Congress

The Senate resumes its gun control debate this week, beginning today with the most substantive and contentious issue: a bipartisan proposal to require background checks of gun purchasers in commercial and Internet sales. It’s the start of deliberations that could keep that chamber busy until the Memorial Day recess. We also expect to see an

April 8, 2013

Congress Back in Session

Congress reconvenes this week after a two-week recess. Congress will be looking at the President’s Budget Request, and also wrestling with the debt ceiling, which is expected to expire yet again, this time in mid May. Also on the agenda this week (and through the month of April):  immigration reform, gun control/safety, and FY14 appropriations.

February 8, 2013

The Week Ahead

Both the House and Senate are out of session today. The Senate returns to work at 2:00pm Monday and will vote on a series of amendments to the Violence Against Women Act (S 47). A vote on final passage could come as early as Monday night. The House returns to work on Tuesday. President Obama

February 4, 2013

What’s Up in Congress

Today The House is in at 2:00pm with votes expected at 6:30pm on the Children’s Hospital GME Support Reauthorization Act (HR 297), the Veteran Emergency Medical Technician Support Act (HR 235), and the National Pediatric Research Network Act (HR 225). The Senate is also back at 2:00pm and at 5:30pm will hold a key procedural

January 14, 2013

This Week in DC

Washington, DC is gearing up for the Presidential Inauguration, scheduled to take place on Monday, January 21st (MLK Day). The Senate will remain in recess until then (they were in recess last week as well), while the House is in session today through Wednesday. The big issues facing this new Congress continue to be fiscal

November 13, 2012

Lame Duck Begins

Congress returns to Capitol Hill today to kick off the lame-duck session.  They are expected to work this week, break next week for Thanksgiving, and then return the last week in November for three more weeks.  During this session lawmakers will tackle big issues including sequestration, taxes, and disaster aid – among other issues. Congress

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