Tuesday, December 5, 2006

109th Congress, Final Week

A fresh blast of winter arrived in Washington this week. This week Washington lights its Christmas trees, and the 109th Congress will finally, hopefully, finish its business for the year. It's another action-packed week.

This week concludes the 109th Congress. Normally December would be quieter, but with a new Congress and a new majority coming in January, it's once again a flurry of activity.

Tomorrow the House votes on the Unborn Child Pain Awareness Act (H.R. 6099), the Iraq Study Group releases its report, and the Republican Study Committee elects a new chairman.
  • Senate
    • Nominations
    • Legislation
  • House of Representatives
    • Legislation
    • Reflections
  • 110th Congress Introduction
    • Leadership Election Results
    • Realignment
    • Oaths of Office, Islam
  • Branch Relations

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