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This Week on the Hill: House Races to Recess

With just a week until their scheduled August recess, the House aims to consider three health care bills and possibly approve the conference report to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) if conferees are able to finish their negotiations in time. On health care, this week’s measures would (1) aim to boost the use of health savings accounts (HSAs) by allowing funds from those accounts to be used for more over-the-counter medications and other medical and lifestyle supplies (H.R. 6199); (2) attempt to increase access to lower premium plans by adjusting the definition of qualified health plans to allow tax credits to be used to purchase a copper plan in the individual market (H.

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The Week in Review Buzz in Washington focused last week focused on President Trump’s performance in a press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin during a bilateral summit in Helsinki, Finland. Political commentators and a number of politicians on both sides of the aisle criticized President Trump for appearing too conciliatory to his Russian counterpart, particularly on the issue of Russian interference in the 2016 election. Given Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s ongoing probe of the Trump campaign’s connection to Russia and a reported invitation from the White House for Putin to visit this fall, it appears that American-Russian relations will continue to stay in the headlines for weeks to come.