by Countable | 9.6.17
Congress, DACA and Hurricane Harvey relief. The Trump administration has given Congress six months to come up with a plan to address those who were covered by DACA. Various members of Congress are already getting to work on possible replacements. But Congress will take a break today to vote on the Harvey Relief Bill. According to HuffPo, the package will request approximately $7.85 billion, which includes $7.4 billion earmarked for FEMA’s disaster relief fund.What’s Worth Watching
What’s going to happen to Obamacare? No one is certain, but today sees a full hearing by the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions about "Stabilizing Premiums and Helping Individuals in the Individual Insurance Market for 2018: State Insurance Commissioners." Watch live @ 10:00 AM EDT here.
At the same time, the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs holds a hearing on "The History and Current Reality of the U.S. Health Care System." Watch live @ 10 AM EDT here.
9:00 AM EDT - President Trump speaks with President Xi Jinping of China
11:00 AM EDT - Trump meets with congressional leadership in the Oval Office
3:05 PM EDT - The President participates in a tax reform event with workers from the energy sector at the Andeavor Refinery in Bismarck, North Dakota
After 12:00 PM EDT - Voting on a bill to provide $7.85 billion in relief for Hurricane Harvey.
Voting on a bill to clarify the role of the federal government in developing safety regulations for self-driving cars.
Beginning consideration of a bill to provide $429 billion in funding for a variety of federal departments and programs.
To be announced.
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