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President Donald Trump is expected to renew his call for drastic reductions to nondefense programs in rolling out his budget request Monday, even with hundreds of billions in new cash at hand. While Congress busted strict spending caps last week — allowing for an...

source: Politico

The Senate is barreling toward a battle on immigration with no clear end game in sight. The chamber is expected to turn to the issue Monday evening, but where the debate goes after it begins is anyone’s guess. Senators are predicting a free-for-all, and Majority...

source: The Hill

A side agreement among congressional leaders to allocate some of the new nondefense funding to opioid abuse prevention, infrastructure and several other priorities is complicating the plan to write a fiscal 2018 omnibus. Even if that weren’t the case, appropriators...

source: Roll Call

The White House finally rolled out President Donald Trump’s long-awaited infrastructure plan Monday, swinging for the fences with a $1.5 trillion initiative that is light on new federal dollars — but could inspire a wave of toll roads, ease decades-old regulations...

source: Politico

Today marks the introduction of the president’s first budget request to Congress. Historically, the saying goes, “The president proposes and Congress disposes.” Meaning that it’s largely aspirational and a document highlighting the White House’s...


As per the previous agreement made to end a three-day government shutdown, the Senate is set to take up a debate on immigration reform. Senators are expected to vote this evening to begin debate on a shell bill. In essence, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is saying,...



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