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Today on the Hill: Budget Vote-A-Rama in Senate Today; Tiberi to Step Down Jan. 31

The Senate is prepping for a vote-a-rama today on proposed amendments to the 2018 budget resolution (H. Con. Res. 71) that includes reconciliation instructions to facilitate a tax reform package. The process may keep the Senate in session late into the night, with a final up-or-down vote on the underlying resolution expected before the upper chamber breaks for the week. The Republican Study Committee has compiled a helpful tracker for all of the amendments submitted by both parties, although only a handful are likely to be adopted. Passage of the budget will send it to conference with the House, which is likely to progress quickly in order to keep to the Republicans’ goal of advancing tax reform legislation to the president’s desk by the end of the calendar year.

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The Week in Review The Senate had the week off from Washington, leaving the House to conduct a modest slate of legislative business. Most notably, House lawmakers advanced a $36.5 billion disaster relief package in a 353-69 vote under suspension of the rules. The bill represents the second installment of aid since a series of natural disasters struck southeast Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico, among other areas. The breakdown of funds includes $18.7 billion for the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s disaster relief fund, $576.5 million for wildfire recovery, and $16 billion to keep the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) afloat.