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Today on the Hill: Tax Day Sees House Consider Fraud Bill; SCOTUS to Hear Internet Sales Tax Case

The arrival of tax day in Washington will take on a particular significance today as Democrats and Republicans continue to duel over the merits of the tax reform package enacted into law late last year. Expect for floor statements to focus on that issue, as floor action in the lower chamber will feature ten suspension votes and consideration of a bill (H.R. 5192) that would aim to provide additional protection from fraud for minors and other vulnerable populations. The bill was approved unanimously by the House Ways and Means Committee earlier this month. After a tribal labor bill failed to pass cloture yesterday, Senate Majority Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has filed cloture for a motion to concur in the House amendment that would reauthorize the U.

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Jim Davenport Joins Thorn Run Partners

For Immediate Release Contact: Andrew Rosenberg, (202) 247-6301 Thorn Run Partners (TRP) announced today the addition of Jim Davenport as Partner in their Washington, DC office. Davenport comes to Thorn Run from Alcalde & Fay, where he specialized in representing local governments and other public entities for over 18 years. Davenport’s addition to Thorn Run follows the recent addition of Partner Greg Burns and Vice President Mary Scott Hardwick, both of whom brought a strong pedigree in representing local governments in Washington. At his previous firm, Davenport provided consulting services to public entities on a broad spectrum of issues, including transportation, water infrastructure, navigation, energy and environment, public safety and elementary, secondary and higher education.