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Electronic Campaign Filing and McCain Gratuity Included in Spending Package
First-time pay for interns, boost for Capitol Police are also included

Requirements for Senate candidate campaign filing and a payment to late Sen. John McCain's family are included in a spending deal struck Monday (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)

Appropriators are making a move to boost transparency for the historically opaque Senate with a provision to require candidates to file their campaign disclosures electronically.

House and Senate appropriators came to an agreement Monday on a roughly $147.4 billion fiscal 2019 three-bill spending package that includes a $4.8 billion Legislative Branch title to fund Congress, the Capitol Police and other Capitol Hill agencies. The package also includes the Energy-Water and Military Construction-VA titles.

Hire Many Interns and More Tips for Making the Capitol More Inclusive
 

Pet Birds, Group Houses and Babies: Congressional Hits and Misses
Week of April 16, 2018

Pikachu's in the House
Pokemon Go is taking Capitol Hill by storm

A Magikarp on the senate subway platform (Alex Gangitano/ CQ Roll Call)

Why are people on that tour looking for the Doduo in the Capitol Rotunda? Is that Nidorina next to John McCain on the Senate subway platform?  

Gremlins? Mirages? you ask. Too many late nights on FAA reauthorization? Was it that extra "MilkyWay" at Cups?