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In response to last week's shooting and activity on the Senate floor, the Senate will vote on four bills addressing gun control. The votes, four partisan gun control proposals as amendments to the Commerce, Justice and Science spending bill. All four will require 60 votes for adoption, and all are expected to fail. While it remains unknown what will happen once those votes occur and likely fail, what's known is there will be a delay before the Senate votes on the underlying bill. They're expected to turn to a House-passed bill addressing Puerto Rico's $70 billion debt crisis, the bill has its detractors in minority Democrats, so the debate could be expected to be lengthy. The House is expected to consider a spending bill for financial agencies spanning the Internal Revenue Service, Securities and Exchange Commission and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The measure would cut the IRS budget by $236 million below the current enacted level, a figure that's $1.3 billion lower than the Obama administration's funding request. more


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