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The Senate resumes its attempt to stave off budget cuts and tax increases related to the fiscal cliff. Although Senate leaders and the White House continue to negotiate possible solutions, no bill has been put forward yet, and no votes likely would be taken until the evening.
The House will consider a number of measures under suspension of the rules, including the intelligence authorization, as well as a bill calling for condemnation of the North Korean missile launch on Dec. 12. No action on fiscal cliff legislation has been scheduled.
The next print edition of Roll Call will be published Jan. 3. Follow rollcall.com for the latest developments.Senate
Convenes 11 a.m.
Roll call votes possible.House
Convenes 10 a.m. for legislative business.
Under suspension of the rules:
S 3454 Intelligence authorization
HR 6612 Neil Armstrong Flight Research Center
HR 443 Maniilaq Association land acquisition
HR 2076 Violent crimes investigations
HR 6019 Juvenile Accountability Block Grants
S 3666 Animal welfare
HR 6364 World War I memorial
HR 6649 Naval vessel transfers
H Con Res 145 North Korean missile tests
H Res 134 Iran human rights violations
H Res 834 Terrorist organization sanctions
H Res 193 Foreign child abduction treaty