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At 1:30 a.m., the Senate passed a deal struck with the White House on impending tax increases. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., says the chamber will likely reconvene Jan. 3.
The House will likely consider the fiscal deal the Senate has passed. It may also vote on several bills under suspension of the rules, including a bill to prevent a raise in dairy prices.
The next print edition of Roll Call will be published Jan. 3. Follow rollcall.com for the latest developments.Senate
No official scheduling information yet available.
Likely to reconvene Jan. 3.House
Convenes at noon for legislative business.
Subject to a rule:
HR 8 — Fiscal deal (tentative)
Under suspension of the rules:
House draft — Pay freeze
HR 1464 — North Korean child welfare
S 3677 — Flood insurance
House draft — Milk prices
HR 443 — Maniilaq Association land acquisition
HR 2076 — Violent crimes investigations
H Con Res 145 — North Korean missile launch
H Res 134 — Iran human rights violations
H Res 834 — Terrorist designation
HR 6328 — Homeless veterans
HR 4212 — Drywall safety
S 3472 — Uninterrupted Scholars Act
HR 6029 — Foreign and economic espionage
HR 6621 — Patent overhaul
S 3331 — Intercountry adoption
S 2318 — Department of State Rewards Program
S J Res 44 — Emergency management assistance