Washington D.C. The capitol, the seat of the government of the United States.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.