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On Monday, May 6, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed H.B. 228 into law, limiting marriage to adults age 18 or older, with a narrow exception only for 17-year-old minors that have been emancipated after a special proceeding before a juvenile court.
In a May 7 opinion piece for Fox News, McGuireWoods Consulting senior advisor, Frank Donatelli, broke down six numbers that could influence Trump’s 2020 campaign – three that may help his reelection bid, and three that may cause concern for his campaign team.
As lawmakers look to tackle the nation’s infrastructure issues, a proposal has been made to leverage advanced technology, including drones, to spend less money and move more quickly on repairs and improvements.
The U.S. House Committee on Rules held the first hearing on Medicare for All legislation this week.
This week in Washington: House to hold hearings on surprise medical billing, drug pricing transparency and a single-payer health system.
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In the wake of last week’s crossover deadline, the date by which the majority of bills must pass from one chamber to the other to still be considered, lawmakers moved through a series of committee meetings and floor votes. Senate legislators are working to wrap up their budget discussions, aiming to unveil their version of the state budget proposal by the end of the month.
This Week: House passes disaster aid package for hurricane recovery in Puerto Rico, the Senate Commerce advanced two bills aimed at improving broadband access, The President signed an Executive Order on Securing the Information and Communications Technology and Services Supply Chain.
The House Appropriations Committee approved the FY2020 Labor, HHS, Education, and Related Agencies spending bill, increasing the Department of Education budget by 6 percent.
Hearings on the President's FY20 budget request continue, Senate Finance Committee to hold third hearing on drug pricing, Senate members to discuss broadband mapping, free speech
FY20 budget request, NHTSA Administrator nomination, Senate to resume consideration of disaster aid package and bipartisan TRACED Act, which aims to crack down on robocalls.
Possible Subcommittee markup on the Save the Internet Act, House Committee to consider legislation to create a safe harbor for financial institutions working with cannabis businesses, messaging vote on New Green Deal and more.
On Feb. 20, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Office of the Actuary issued a report on rising health care spending in the U.S.
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