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Today, Next Week on the Hill: House to Move on ACA Repeal Resolution Today; Washington Preps for Inauguration

After the Senate’s late-night approval earlier this week, the budget resolution (S. Con. Res. 3) containing reconciliation instructions for the repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) hits the House floor today, where has a strong chance of passing despite some concern among both moderate and conservative Republicans. Indeed, various cracks in the caucus remain over the repeal strategy, and observers will be watching for any members of the conservative House Freedom Caucus or the centrist Tuesday Group who have expressed concerns about adding trillions of dollars to the federal debt and the lack of a comprehensive replacement option, respectively.

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The Week in Review The inception of the 115th Congress was marked by controversy last Tuesday, after a day typically reserved for the pomp and circumstance of swearing new Members of Congress into office quickly devolved into a firestorm over a rules change that would have gutted the independent Office of Congressional Ethics (OCE). Rank-and-file members of the Republican caucus, led by Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), overruled the party’s leadership in proposing the change, which would have limited the OCE’s powers and placed it beneath the authority of the Republican-controlled House Ethics Committee.