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Congress and COVID-19: Senate In, House Out, and Where We Go From Here

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First, the Senate decided that they would come back to DC the first week in May. The House immediately announced they would do the same. Speculation started building as both chambers laid out very different plans for what they would tackle in DC. Now the Democratic-controlled House has changed tack and announced they would not return next week, leaving the Republican-controlled Senate leading the legislative narrative. What happened, and what does this mean for legislation and oversight activities? Read the full article here.


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