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5/14/19
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PSW Weekly Round-Up - 5/14

The House Appropriations Committee is moving ahead on FY 2020 spending bills, while legislation to provide emergency spending for disaster relief remains mired in controversy over aid to Puerto Rico. On the political front, a new report shows that just four candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination accounted for more than half of the field’s traditional news media mentions.

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5/6/19
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PSW Weekly Round-Up - 5/6

Congress is in session this week as FY20 appropriations and China trade talks take center stage. In the quest for the Democratic presidential nomination, former Vice President Joe Biden has expanded his lead in the polls since announcing his intent to run on April 25th.

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4/29/19
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PSW Weekly Round-Up - 4/29

It’s Infrastructure Week again as the President and Democratic leaders meet Tuesday to discuss their priorities. It’s also the beginning of appropriations season, with House panels marking up three FY 2020 bills. On the political front, 16 Democratic presidential candidates have qualified to participate in the party’s 2020 debates.

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4/22/19
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PSW Weekly Round-Up - 4/22

With Congress away on recess we examine a possible gas tax increase, the USMCA ITC report, and potential 2020 Senate battlegrounds.

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4/15/19
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PSW Weekly Round-Up - 4/15

Congress is in recess until April 29th, while candidates for the 2020 presidential election traverse the country campaigning.

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4/8/19
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Weekly Round-Up - 4/8

The Senate’s gone nuclear, the House wants to increase the budget caps, and both chambers will soon be taking a two-week recess.

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4/1/19
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PSW Weekly Round-Up - 4/1

The Senate will be looking at rule changes for nominations, while the House considers a non-binding resolution criticizing the Trump Administration’s support of a lawsuit to overturn the Affordable Care Act.

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3/25/19
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PSW Weekly Round-Up - 3/25

Congress returns from a week recess with appropriations season beginning. The 2020 Democratic primary field keeps chugging along as candidates traversed across early primary states last week.

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3/18/19
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PSW Weekly Round-Up - 3/18

Congress is in recess this week but will have a full schedule when lawmakers return before leaving town for two weeks in April. On the political front, former Rep. Beto O’Rourke raised $6.1 million online in the first 24 hours of his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination, the largest 24-hour total by any candidate so far this cycle.

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