Below is this week’s congressional update by BakerHostetler’s Federal Policy team. We’ll continue to post in weeks when both chambers of Congress hold floor votes.
• After securing agreement late last week on the framework of a major infrastructure bill, President Joe Biden and Senate negotiators are working to secure support for the agreement.
• The House is wrapping up business ahead of its July 4 recess, with the Senate already departed.
• BakerHostetler’s 32nd Annual Legislative Seminar Series concludes with important bipartisan discussions with a key senator and two House lawmakers. Please join us!
- The House will be in session today through Thursday. Lawmakers will vote on creating a commission to investigate the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol and on a reauthorization of transportation programs that may serve as a marker for Senate infrastructure negotiations.
- Tuesday, BakerHostetler’s 32nd Annual Legislative Seminar Series will host a double-session with Reps. Stephanie Murphy, D-Fla., and Bill Huizenga, R-Mich.
- This week’s House committee activity can be found here.
- The Senate departed for its July 4 recess, but work continues to sell the bipartisan infrastructure agreement and translate its details into legislation.
- Wednesday, BakerHostetler’s 32nd Annual Legislative Seminar Series concludes with Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J.
- President Biden will host Israel’s new President Reuven Rivlin at the White House this afternoon.
- Tuesday, Biden will travel to La Crosse, Wisconsin, to tout the bipartisan infrastructure deal.
- The president will mark Independence Day by welcoming first responders, essential workers, and military members to a gathering on the White House South Lawn on Sunday.