Federal Relations

July 9, 2012

This Week in Congress

Both the House and Senate return to Capitol Hill today from their Fourth of July recess and begin the final four week stretch before the August recess. The Senate is in at 2:00pm though no votes are scheduled until tomorrow. The House is also in at 2:00pm with votes expected at 6:30pm, when seven bills

May 14, 2012

This Week in Congress

The House starts its workweek considering several measures under suspension of the rules, including — coinciding with National Police Week — the National Blue Alert Act, which aims to help reduce the threat of violence against law enforcement officers. Later in the week, the House takes up a bill that would reauthorize the Violence Against

May 7, 2012

This Week in Congress

Congress returns to work today after a week-long recess period.   The Senate convenes at 2:00pm and continues debate of the student loan interest rate bill.  The House is also in at 2:00pmwith votes expected around 6:30pm.  This afternoon, the House Budget Committee will mark up two bills:  The Sequester Replacement Act of 2012 (HR 4966)

June 28, 2010

This Week on Capitol Hill June 28 – July 2

Senate Floor Activities On Monday, the Senate convenes and will begin confirmation hearings on the nomination of Solicitor General Elena Kagan to be an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. House Floor Activities The House of Representatives may take up the FY10 war supplemental spending bill later in the week. Senate Committee Activities Tuesday, June

June 14, 2010

This Week on Capitol Hill June 14-18

Senate Floor Activities Tax Extenders/Social Safety-net Legislation House Floor Activities H.R. 4899, Supplemental Appropriations Act Senate Committee Activities Tuesday, June 15 Senate Energy & Natural Resources Committee Energy Subcommittee Hearing – Considering several small energy bills, including S. 679, to establish a research, development, demonstration and commercial application program to promote research of technologies for

June 7, 2010

This Week on Capitol Hill, June 7-11

FLOOR ACTION The Senate will consider a number of judicial nominations on Monday, June 7.  Later in the week, senators may consider a bill to extend expired tax provisions and social safety-net programs.  On Thursday, the Senate is expected to debate whether to proceed to a resolution disapproving of the EPA’s endangerment finding on greenhouse

June 1, 2010

This Week on Capitol Hill, June 1-4

Congress is in recess this week.  The Senate will resume Monday, June 7th at 2:00 pm and the House will resume Tuesday, June 8th at 2:00 pm.

May 25, 2010

This Week on Capitol Hill, May 24-28

FLOOR ACTION The Senate continues consideration of the fiscal 2010 supplemental appropriations bill (HR 4899).  On Tuesday, the House is expected to consider several measures under suspension of the rules. Later in the week, the House could also consider a motion to concur in the Senate amendment with a House amendment to a bill (HR

May 17, 2010

This Week on Capitol Hill, May 17-21

FLOOR ACTION The House will reconvene on Tuesday to bote on a number of minor bills and resolutions.  They are also expected to consider HR 4213, the American Workers, State and Business Relief Act of 2010, a bill to extend expired tax provisions and a bill that would reauthorize science and technology programs that was

May 10, 2010

This Week on Capitol Hill, May 10-14

SENATE FLOOR The chamber will continue to consider a bill to overhaul financial regulations (S 3217, Restoring American Financial Stability Act of 2010).  The debate is expected to last all week, with votes beginning on Tuesday. HOUSE FLOOR The House returns on Tuesday to vote on some minor resolutions.  Later in the week, the House

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