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TRP’s Rosenstock Quoted in Vox Article on the New House Financial Services Committee

TRP’s Jason Rosenstock was recently quoted in an article for Vox that outlines how the new, more progressive, appointed members of the House Financial Services Committee may impact the agenda and tone of the Committee. While the attention has been primarily focused on new members of the committee such as Reps. Ocasio Cortez (D-NY), Katie Porter (D-CA), Ayanna Pressley (D-MA), and Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), Rosenstock astutely questions whether these new lawmakers are willing to go up against  Chairwoman Maxine Waters (D-CA) — who has proven herself as a “real dealmaker." “Chair Waters is a skilled legislator, and I think this committee structure will allow her to harness those talents to try to guide the committee to find consensus,” said Rosenstock.

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Financial Services Report (1/14)

Looking Ahead Near Term DC digs out of a real snowstorm. House Democrats may name new members to the remaining Committees, including the House Financial Services Committee. Further Out The State of the Union is scheduled for January 29th. At some point in the future the rest of the Government will be funded (hopefully)    The Past Week Legislative Branch House House Passes Piecemeal Funding Bills – But Partial Government Shutdown Now Longest Ever With the House, Senate and White House unable to come to a deal last Friday, the partial government shutdown officially became the longest ever.