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Cristina Marcos is a reporter with CQ Roll Callís Legislative Action team tracking floor and committee activity on Capitol Hill.
Before joining CQ Roll Call in January 2013, Cristina covered Congress for The Hill and Fox News Channel. Her work has been reproduced or cited in publications including The Washington Post, ABC News, USA Today, The Huffington Post and The Atlantic.
A D.C.-area native, Cristina graduated from the College of William & Mary in December 2012 with a bachelorís degree in government.
Watch out, Tortilla Coast. House Budget Chairman and restaurant staff alumnus Paul D. Ryan is recommending dinner at Burrito Brothers at 205 Pennsylvania Ave. SE as Capitol Hill awaits a budget deal.
With the August recess looming large, members are slipping in the last partisan jabs they can before everyone retreats to the echo chambers of their respective districts.
Last year, Congress reauthorized the Food and Drug Administrationís user fee system for drugs and devices made to address human needs, and this year lawmakers are working on similar legislation for the growing industry of animal pharmaceuticals.