Today In Washington
March 14, 2018
Source: Mark Lee - Director, Government Relations
Dodd-Frank Regulatory Reform – Today, the Senate is expected to vote on a motion to limit debate on S. 2155, the “Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act.” If the motion passes, further debate on the bill would be limited to no more than 30 hours. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) says the Dodd-Frank reform legislation has bipartisan support, and he believes it will pass the Senate.
Today @ 10am – Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, & Transportation hearing: “Rebuilding Infrastructure in America: Administration Perspectives.” 106 Dirksen.
Today @ 10am – House Ways & Means Subcommittee on Tax Policy hearing: “Post Tax Reform Evaluation of Recently Expired Tax Provisions.” 1100 Longworth.
Today @ 11am – House Small Business Committee “Markup.” 2360 Rayburn.
Today – Senate Committee on Small Business & Entrepreneurship “Business Meeting.”
Today @ 2pm – House Oversight & Government Reform Subcommittees on Information Technology, and Government Operations joint hearing: “State of Play: Federal IT in 2018.” 2154 Rayburn.
July 17, 2018
Association For Enterprise Opportunity Launches The Tapestry Project To Advance Business Development Of Black-Owned Firms
AEO has opened the application cycle for The Tapestry Project, an initiative dedicated to advancing Black business development.
July 12, 2018
Today in Washington
House & Senate to Reconcile Differences in “Minibus” – The Senate voted yesterday to go to conference on the Energy and Water Development, Legislative Branch, and Military Construction & Veterans Affairs appropriations “minibus” (H.R. 5895)
July 11, 2018
Today in Washington
NDAA Watch – Last night, the Senate voted 91-8 to go to conference on the NDAA. Conferees for the FY19 defense authorization bill will formally meet today for the passing of the gavel.
June 29, 2018
ACTION ALERT: July Recess Packet
On Friday, June 29, Congress will adjourn for a week-long Fourth of July recess. Your legislators will be back home in their districts and states to meet with constituents like you, and share updates on their efforts in Washington, D.C.