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Despite Dysfunction, Little Hope for Budget Reform
Almost 240 lawmakers are backing a switch to a two-year spending cycle, but some key players are opposed to the idea.
By Daniel Newhauser
Why the GOP Figures to Hold the House
Five contiguous districts in upstate New York provide a microcosm of what Democrats are up against.
By Alex Rogers
Filibuster Faces an Uncertain Fate
Like the retiring Harry Reid, some Democrats want to change Senate rules to make it easier to get nominees approved. But others aren’t so sure, and Republicans would be adamantly against more changes.
Outlook: Congress Returns to Fights Over Spending, Zika
Both chambers will start mulling the appropriations endgame, while the House may decide whether to impeach the IRS commissioner.
By Daniel Newhauser and Alex Rogers
Headwinds for Republican Rebels Despite Trump’s Success
House Freedom Caucus members lack the money and ground game to win promotion to the Senate.
By Andrea Drusch and Daniel Newhauser
The GOP’s Latino Problem
Republicans like Rep. Sean Duffy are trying to improve the party’s Hispanic outreach, but having Donald Trump atop the ticket isn’t helping.
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