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Welcome Back from Recess!

Welcome back from recess! We took advantage of the past few weeks to check in with congressional staffers and other political insiders to get a better sense of where things might be headed this fall. Based on our intel gathering efforts, below is a high-level overview of our understanding of legislative priorities for this fall…

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2018 Election Analysis: Priority Issues for a Democratically Controlled House

While the Election Day dust is still settling, it is now certain that Democrats will control the House in the 116th Congress. At this point, it is also clear the House of Representatives will be younger, more female, and more racially diverse. We were up most of the night, not only watching the returns come in, but also thinking about how race outcomes will impact policy priorities in a Democratically controlled House, as this is a significant change from this Congress.

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Third Disaster Relief Bill Could Be a “Christmas Tree”

With so much to do and so little time, it’s likely a single bill – potentially a third supplemental appropriations package –  turns into a Christmas tree, loaded up with outstanding business. With action anticipated in November, could Christmas come early?

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