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This Week in Congress: Trade, Privacy, Fiscal Year 2017

The Senate will continue working its way through fiscal year 2017 appropriations bills this week, with final consideration of the Energy and Water bill expected on Tuesday. 1,813 more words

Martin Milita

This Week in Congress

This week, both chambers will be in session, kicking off three busy weeks of legislative activity before the next scheduled recess. The Senate will resume consideration of its proposal to reauthorize the Federal Aviation Administration, while the House will be taking up legislation related to the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality rules and two bills related to domestic finance reforms. 1,860 more words

McCarthy Drops Out of the Speaker's Race

Thank you for the calls you made to you’re Congressman’s office. These calls really do make a difference. We will have to make more soon. Tea Party Patriots is keeping in close contact with the Freedom Caucus Congressman and will let us know what our next move is.   523 more words

Caldwell County NC GOP

Townhall Meeting with Mark Meadows

9/3 – REP. MARK MEADOWS TOWNHALL MEETING 6:30-8pm at West Caldwell High School, 300 W. Caldwell Street, Lenoir, NC 28645.

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Finance Panel Gets Early Jump On Renewing Tax Extenders

The Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday approved a bill to renew for another two years the package of so-called tax extenders, a collection of more than 50 targeted tax benefits for businesses and individuals. 575 more words

Duane Morris Government Strategies

House Readies Second TPA Vote On Trade Package

Top Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives late Wednesday set in motion an elaborate legislative plan to save a bundle of languishing trade legislation, which could begin with holding its second vote to renew the White House’s Trade Promotion Authority in less than a week. 564 more words

Duane Morris Government Strategies

U.S. Fast-Track Trade Bill Gains Dem Ally As House Vote Looms

The U.S. House of Representatives starts debate over crucial legislation to renew Trade Promotion Authority, with one Democratic lawmaker breaking from his party’s core ranks on Wednesday to back the bill. 359 more words

Duane Morris Government Strategies