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Today on the Hill: Special COVID-19 Edition (4/3)

Capitol Hill Recap Lawmakers have left Washington amid the COVID-19 outbreak, and are not expected back in Washington until Apr. 20 at the earliest. Despite their distance from Capitol Hill, members are continuing discussions on the next round of legislative relief efforts aimed at stemming emerging and existing issues from the outbreak. Congressional leadership could call members back at any time should key votes get scheduled. COVID-19: What We’re Hearing COVID-19 Phase IV. Democrats are moving fast on producing legislative text for the next version of COVID-19 response legislation.

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This Week on the Hill: Senate Eyes Passage of Bipartisan Energy Package

Both chambers of Congress will reconvene for legislative business this afternoon as Senators look to wrap up work on a bipartisan package of energy-related legislation. The measure compiles more than 50 bills out of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee aimed at fostering innovation in clean energy technology. The Senate will vote on a motion to end debate on the bill later this evening, with a vote on final passage likely to occur in the middle of this week. On the House floor this week, lawmakers are expected to take up: (1) legislation that would limit the Trump administration’s authority to suspend or restrict immigration from predominantly Muslim countries; (2) a bill that would make certain that those held or detained while attempting to enter the U.