Congressional leaders from both parties met with White House staff yesterday to begin hashing out a budget deal and avoid another government shutdown threat. Before the meeting, however, there was a lot of political posturing about the upcoming Jan. 19 deadline to avoid a shutdown. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) sent a letter to… Read more »
This will be the last Inroads for 2017. Happy Holidays from ASAE’s Public Policy team and we look forward to bringing you more timely updates from Capitol Hill in the New Year!
Make plans now to join ASAE Public Policy on Capitol Hill for the American Associations Day fly-in March 21-22 in Washington, DC. This is the only legislative fly-in where association professionals can meet with the staffs of members of Congress and advocate for association management issues. The event is open to any association professional or… Read more »
Fresh off their tax reform victory, GOP leaders are trying to avert a government shutdown by bringing a short-term funding bill to the House floor today. Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) is working to soothe his fractured caucus, some of whom are upset that leadership is not trying to pass full-year funding for the Pentagon. Ryan… Read more »
Congressional Republicans yesterday passed the most sweeping overhaul of the tax code since 1986, delivering a much-needed legislative victory to the GOP and President Trump before the holidays. The plan cuts the corporate tax rate dramatically and will lower taxes for the vast majority of American families in 2018, though critics have pointed out that… Read more »