Congress has not finished debating what to do about another stimulus bill for pandemic response.
For how all the latest Congressional activity might sort out, Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan spoke to Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Like the full moon you know will be rising soon, the continuing resolution for the 2021 fiscal year, it starts next week, is finally taking shape in Congress.
Not much got done in Congress over the last two weeks, and tomorrow is the first day of the last month of the fiscal year.
They're gone. Both the House and Senate are basically in recess until Labor Day, with only perfunctory goings on.
The Senate returns this week with a pretty long list of things to do. Nomination votes, debating a coronavirus bill and the 2021 budget.
The Senate will craft a stimulus bill very different from that of the House, and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services could get bailout help from Congress this week.
The House tucks into two weeks of committee work that includes appropriations for fiscal 2021 in addition to another possible stimulus bill.
Amendments and political concerns are likely to hold up budgetary talks for next year. Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin for the latest.
Congress — most of it, anyway — returns to Washington with a long agenda. At the top of the list is what will be in a fourth stimulus bill if there is one.
Hazardous pay for federal employees is starting to gather a little steam in Congress.
Congress has finished making April showers — showers of money to the tune of trillions. Now they're on recess for a week.
For our look ahead of Capitol Hill, Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke to editorial director of Bloomberg government, Loren Duggan.
God created the world in six days, about how long it took Congress to craft the biggest spending bill since the big bang.