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As Deadline Arrives, Republicans Look Past Budget
GOP leaders are moving toward starting the appropriations process without a spending blueprint.
By Daniel Newhauser
Freedom Caucus Keeps Its Powder Dry on Spending—for Now
House conservatives are letting the military-construction bill move without a fight. But that stance will likely change on future measures.
How the Addiction Lobby Got Its Bill
A relatively informal group of advocates has become a coherent D.C. force, and now the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act is nearing the finish line.
By Rachel Roubein
On Criminal Justice, House Tries to Move Forward as Senate Stalls
The House Judiciary Committee will consider prison-reform legislation this week.
By Ben Geman
Early Praise—and Challenges—for Trump Agriculture Officials
Sonny Perdue and Ray Starling have both won strong reviews so far, but they have tough tasks ahead.
By Jerry Hagstrom
Parties Place Opposing Bets on Trump’s Rule Rollbacks
Republicans and Democrats agree that the reversal of Obama-era regulations should be getting more attention.
By Andrea Drusch
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