Lawmakers have decided to put off government funding decisions until March 2017. That gives Republicans time to coordinate with President-elect Donald Trump, but it also means they have to devise another stopgap deal before Dec. 9. Lawmakers are in recess for Thanksgiving.
WASHINGTON—The House and Senate will reconvene next week after a weeklong recess. The Senate will reconvene for regular business Monday, June 6 and the House will reconvene Tuesday, June 7. Follow this link for the 2016 Congressional calendar.
The Senate reconvenes at 3 p.m., Feb. 1 and will resume work on the wide-ranging energy policy bill (S 2012). The House canceled legislative action for the week due to the Winter Blizzard Jonas and scheduled votes next votes for 6:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 1.
The Senate is back in session and will join their House colleagues for President Barack Obama's final State of the Union address tomorrow night. Senators start the year with an effort to audit the Federal Reserve, while House lawmakers will tackle bills on Iran terrorism financing and sanctions enforcement for North Korea. House and Senate Republicans head to Baltimore Wednesday for their 2016 issues retreat, according to the Congressional Quarterly.
WASHINGTON – Adriano Tsinigine (left) and Triston Black (right) pose in front of the Navajo Nation Washington Office. Tsinigine and Black join Ashley Claw, Whitney Shorty and Juana Apachito as Navajo Nation youth representatives who participated in the National Indian Health Youth Conference, which concludes today.