Federal Issues

  1. Senate Takes Action on Opioid Epidemic

    The U.S. Senate passed its version of H.R. 6, a comprehensive amalgamation of 70 bills aimed at curbing the opioid epidemic. This bill will now need to be reconciled with the version passed by the House on June 22. Read on...
  2. Congress Advances Spending Package to Prevent Government Shutdown

    The U.S. Senate approved legislation appropriating $854 billion in funding for the DOD, HHS, DOL, and ED. After its Rosh Hashanah/Yom Kippur recess, it will continue its work on these appropriations in anticipation of the Oct. 1 Federal Fiscal Year start. Read on...
  3. Permanent SALT Deduction CAP on Federal Slate

    Federal lawmakers have introduced a series of bills that would make the controversial, $10,000 cap placed on the deduction of state and local taxes (SALT) permanent. Without the proposed legislation, the cap would expire in 2025. Read on...
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