The Senate is expected to consider: nominations; legislation relating to opioids (Rule 14); S.2800, America’s Water Infrastructure Act; FAA reauthorization; and appropriations. It is expected the NDAA conference report and a flood insurance extension will be available to vote on by the end of the work period.
The House is expected to consider: Natural resources legislation; welfare reform, JOBS ACT 3.0, appropriations mini-bus (FSGG-Interior); healthcare/tax related legislation; flood insurance extension; NDAA conference report; and potentially a FAA reauthorization/extension.
July 1: Mexican general election (Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador wins)
July 4: Independence Day
July 6: U.S. to implement a 25% tariff on 818 Chinese products worth approximately $34 billion; Bureau of Labor Statistics releases monthly jobs report
July 11-12: NATO meeting of heads of state and government in Brussels, Belgium
July 13: President Trump to make a “working visit” in Britain with Prime Minister Theresa May
July 15: Federal Election Commission second quarter filing deadline
July 17: POLITICO Pro Summit, including conversations with FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Administrator Seema Verma, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Chairman Kevin McIntyre, and U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan; Alabama primary runoffs (Rep. Roby)
July 19-20: Commerce Department public hearing on autos 232 investigation
July 24: Georgia primary runoffs (Governor’s race)
July 25: Washington Post Live event with Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson
July 31: National Flood Insurance Program expires; Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement takes effect
July 31-August 1: Federal Reserve Federal Open Market Committee meeting