Federal Relations

Week at a Glance


January 23, 2017

This Week in Congress, January 23-27

This week in committees.   MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 2017   Senate Foreign Relations Committee NOMINATION OF REX TILLERSON FOR SECRETARY OF STATE 4:30 p.m. Jan. 23, 419 Dirksen Bldg. Full Committee Markup   TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2017   House Budget Committee FAILURES OF THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT Jan. 23, 10:15 a.m., 210 Cannon Full Committee…


June 20, 2016

The Week Ahead

Congress is back for a few days before the Fourth of July Recess. The House and Senate return tomorrow, and the House will recess on Friday making the Fourth a two week recess. The Senate plans on being in session though Friday, June 24th. The Senate reconvened today and is expected to resume consideration of FY…


June 6, 2016

Congress Gets Back to Work for the Long Slog

The House and Senate return to work this week in what will be the largest number of consecutive legislative days prior to the August Recess.  Both legislative bodies will push pause and briefly come together for a joint session to receive Indian Prime Minister Modi. The Senate returns today to resume consideration on its FY 2017 National…


May 9, 2016

Interesting Week Ahead

The House and Senate return to work this week, including former Presidential candidate Senator Ted Cruz. The Senate will try for the third time on Monday to advance its $37.5 billion fiscal 2017 Energy-Water appropriations bill, but there is no indication that leaders will find the 60 votes needed to break the logjam caused by…


October 19, 2015

Congress Is Back!

After a one week recess to enjoy Columbus Day, Congress is back in session — the Senate will convene Monday and the House will be back Tuesday. The Senate is back and will be focused on considering S2146, the Stop Sanctuary Policies and Protect Americans Act. It’s a bit looser on the House-side, which will be…


September 21, 2015

Pope Week with China Too!

Originally this week was scheduled to be a recess week to observe Yom Kippur, but Congress is back this week to welcome Pope Francis to town. Incidentally, the Pope’s visit to DC is just one of series of high profile visitors. King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain were in town last week for a…


July 6, 2015

This Week in Congress, July 6-10

Congress is back in session today after a break for the Independence Day holiday. This week the Senate takes up floor consideration of the No Child Left Behind overhaul while the House’s floor action will focus on Interior-Environment Appropriations, the Student Success Act, and, notably, 21st Century Cures. Here’s what we’re watching in committee-land: TUESDAY,…


June 29, 2015

Fourth of July Recess

Both the House and Senate are in using the Fourth of July as a district work period. Congress will return Monday, July 6th to continue working on the FY16 Appropriations process! Happy Fourth of July!


June 22, 2015

This Week in Congress, June 22-26

TUESDAY, JUNE 23 Senate Appropriations FISCAL 2016 APPROPRIATIONS: LABOR-HHS-EDUCATION 3 p.m., 138 Dirksen Bldg. Subcommittee Markup Senate Appropriations FISCAL 2016 APPROPRIATIONS: TRANSPORTATION-HUD 10 a.m., 138 Dirksen Bldg. Subcommittee Markup   WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24 House Appropriations FISCAL 2016 APPROPRIATIONS: LABOR-HHS-EDUCATION 10:15 a.m., 2359 Rayburn Bldg. Full Committee Markup   THURSDAY, JUNE 25 House Foreign Affairs CHINA…


June 9, 2015

This Week in Congress, June 8-12

It’s a big week for CJS and Defense Appropriations in the Senate. Both will be marked up in subcommittee and by the full Senate Appropriations Committee this week. Here’s the full list of committee’s we’re paying attention to this week. TUESDAY, JUNE 9 Senate Appropriations FISCAL 2016 APPROPRIATIONS: DEFENSE 10:30 a.m., 192 Dirksen Bldg. Subcommittee…



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