Washington — Members of Congress are back to work this week in Washington, D.C. after taking a July 4th holiday break. But, they may not be working too long. With the upcoming Primary and General Elections, and the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, the reality is there could be less than 30 days remaining for members of the House and Senate to take action while Congress is in regular session on key remaining legislative matters, including the Resolution Copper Land exchange bills which have gone nowhere since last fall.
After the November General Election, it is possible Congress could meet during a “lame duck session” lasting several weeks or less, or not at all.For the complete article see the 07-09-2014 issue.
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