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Health Policy Report

The Week in Review The Trump administration officially kicked off the fiscal year (FY) 2020 appropriations process last week, unveiling a budget (text; fact sheet; summary tables; press release) that calls for five percent cuts to non-defense spending. The budget’s proposed cuts and reforms to entitlement and health care programs, coupled with increased spending on Presidential priorities such as border security and defense, will certainly be a point of contention between President Trump and Congressional Democrats — suggesting that lawmakers will likely need to navigate familiar political landmines to avoid another shutdown.

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Financial Services Report (3/18)

After a slow start in January and February, caused in part by the shutdown, the pace has really quickened up. Next week may hold the first mark-up under Chair Waters tenure, with a series of bills potentially on the slate.   Looking Ahead  The House and Senate are Recess this week. Next week the House Financial Services Committee has two hearings on the schedule and a rumored mark-up. Last Week in the House  The Floor On Monday, the House passed the following four bills out of the Financial Services Committee: The Housing Choice Voucher Mobility Demonstration Act (HR 1122) passed by a vote of 387-22.