In the Senate
The Senate has plans to work on at least one bill:
— S 3637: Extending a federal guarantee program for banks and credit unions for two years. According to Hill Sources, the Transaction Account Guarantee (TAG) program was created during the financial crisis of a few years ago, and financial institutions broadly support the extension.
In the House
On Tuesday, the House will vote on a Motion to go to Conference on the National Defense Authorization Act (HR 4310), along with a Democratic Motion to Instruct Conferees.
The House could work on up to eight suspension bills:
— The Access to Congressionally Mandated Reports Act (HR 1974), which would set up a public website that would allow access to various reports mandated by Congress.
— The Eliminate Privacy Notice Confusion Act (HR 5817), which would allow banks to notify customers of data privacy policies only when those policies change.
— The Asthma Inhalers Relief Act (HR 6190), allowing the sale of all remaining Primatene Mist asthma inhalers, which were banned for sale due to environmental concerns.
— The Frank Buckles World War I Memorial Act (HR 6364), establishes a commission to ensure a suitable observance of the centennial of World War I, to designate memorials to the service of members of the United States Armed Forces in World War I, including a National World War I Memorial on the National Mall in the District of Columbia.
— The D.C. Courts and Public Defender Service Act (S 1379), amending the administrative authorities of the DC courts.
— The DART Act (S 1998), to improve management of the Department of Homeland Security.
— The GAO Mandates Revision Act (S 3315), easing reporting requirements of the Government Accountability Office.
— The No-Hassle Flying Act (S 3542), making it easier for airports to clear baggage from overseas.