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Much to the delight of Senate staff, a deal was reached last week for the Senate to stand in recess until November 13th.  With the House of Representatives already out of town to campaign this means that this is the last newsletter until after the mid-term elections. Speaking of the mid-terms we are now three weeks out.   With both the House and Senate out of town, the DC stage has been ceded to the President – and it is likely that he will make active use of it.  How that impacts the elections will be determined on November 6th.  The current conventional wisdom holds that the House is likely to go Democratic, while the Senate is expected to remain in Republican control.

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The Week in Review The Senate convened last week to clear an array of high-profile legislative items — headlined by a contentious debate over the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to be an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. Prior to consideration of the Kavanaugh nomination, Senators passed a $90 billion funding bill (H.R.302) that reauthorizes the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for five years. The Senate also held a final roll call vote on the opioid crisis response legislation, sending the bill to President Trump’s desk for signature into law. After reviewing the FBI’s report regarding allegations of misconduct against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, the Senate voted to confirm his nomination on Saturday (50-48-1).