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Can Democrats Take On The NFL?
Congress has a rocky history of pressing sports leagues to act.
By Jason Plautz
Outlook: Congress Returns to Defense, Approps, and Puerto Rico Debates
The House will move the legislative-branch spending bill before turning to Puerto Rico, while the Senate will focus on Pentagon policy.
By National Journal Staff
What Congress Will Fight About Next
Lawmakers returning to Capitol Hill face battles over Iran, Zika, criminal justice (maybe), and more.
By Ben Geman
Why Zika Money Is Key to the Hill’s Exit Strategy
Coupling funding to fight Zika and keep the government open is likely the best way for House and Senate leaders to ensure they can leave town this month.
By Daniel Newhauser
White House Mourns Dead Agenda Items
With his term nearing its end, President Obama knows that much of this year’s to-do list never got done.
By George E. Condon Jr.
Outlook: Fights Over Zika, Spending Before Summer Recess
The House grapples with an Interior appropriations bill, while the Senate deals with opioids and Zika before a lengthy break.
By Daniel NewhauserRachel Roubein, and Jason Plautz
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