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U.S. House of Representatives

House Floor Activity

House Majority Leader Hoyer made the following announcement regarding the House calendar.

Members are further advised that as conversations surrounding additional coronavirus relief legislation continue, it is possible that the House will meet during the month of October.

Members will be given at least 24-hours’ notice before the House will be called back to session.

Further information will be provided as soon as it becomes available.

The next meeting of the House in pro forma session is scheduled for 9:00 a.m. on October 6, 2020.

 

House Committee Activity

Tuesday, October 6

House Administration Subcommittee on Elections, Hearing: Voting Rights and Election Administration: Combatting Misinformation in the 2020 Election, 1:00 PM, Webex

Natural Resources Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources, Hearing: Interior’s Royalty Cuts: Thoughtful Policy or Industry Giveaway, 2:00 PM, Webex

 

Wednesday, October 7

Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on Government Operations, Hearing: IRS in the Pandemic, 10:00 AM, 2154 Rayburn HOB

 

U.S. Senate

Senate Floor Activity
Senate Majority Leader McConnell made the following announcement regarding the Senate calendar.

On Monday (October 5, 2020), I intend to obtain a consent agreement for the Senate to meet in pro forma sessions for the next two weeks. Previously-scheduled floor activity will be rescheduled until after October 19th.

The important work of the Senate’s committees can and will continue as each committee sees fit. The Senate Judiciary Committee will convene on October 12th as Chairman Graham has scheduled to begin confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination to the Supreme Court. The Senate’s floor schedule will not interrupt the thorough, fair, and historically supported confirmation process previously laid out by Chairman Graham.

 

Since May, the Judiciary Committee has operated flawlessly through a hybrid method that has seen some Senators appear physically at its hearings while other members have participated virtually. The Committee has utilized this format successfully for many months while protecting the health and safety of all involved. Certainly, all Republican members of the committee will participate in these important hearings.

 

Elaine and I continue to pray for President Trump, the First Lady, and all of those impacted by COVID-19.

 

BACKGROUND: Senators will be given at least 24 hours notice should votes need to occur during the pro forma posture.

 

Senate Committee Activity

Tuesday, October 6

Judiciary, An oversight hearing to examine the Crossfire Hurricane investigation, 10:00 AM, SD-106

 

Wednesday, October 7

Commerce, Science, and Transportation, Hearings to examine passenger and freight rail, focusing on the current status of the rail network and the track ahead, 10:00 AM, SR-253

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