The Bipartisan Budget Act Congress passed last month provides funding through March 23.
Senate is expected to consider: nominations; funding the federal government, gun control legislation, S.2155, the bipartisan Dodd/Frank reform legislation, and S.1693, the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act. Also on the agenda is FAA extension/reauthorization and flood insurance.
House is expected to consider: funding the federal government; FAA extension/authorization.
February 28-March 1: Rev. Billy Graham to lie in honor in the U.S. Capitol Rotunda
March 1: Federal Reserve Chairman Powell testifies before the Senate Banking Committee; Securities and Exchange Commission closed meeting; U.S. Chamber of Commerce 2018 Aviation Summit
March 4-6: America Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) Policy Conference in Washington, DC
March 6: Texas primaries; House Appropriations Committee hearings on the FY19 budget for the Departments of Labor and Treasury; seventh round of NAFTA renegotiations in Mexico City conclude; Roll Call Live/CQ News event on healthcare.
March 7: House Appropriations Committee hearings on the FY19 budget for the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and Navy and Marine Corps; Council of Economic Advisers Chairman Kevin Hassett testifies before the Joint Economic Committee
March 7-8: America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) National Health Policy Conference in Washington, DC
March 8: SEC Investor Advisory Committee quarterly meeting
March 9: Bureau of Labor Statistics releases monthly jobs report
March 9-18: South by Southwest (SXSW) Conference & Festivals in Austin, TX
March 13: Pennsylvania 18th Congressional District special election
March 14: House Ways and Means Tax Policy Subcommittee hearing to evaluate recently expired tax provisions; Federal Innovation Summit in Washington, DC
March 18: Russian presidential election
March 20-21: Federal Open Market Committee meeting
March 20: Illinois primaries
March 22: Federal Communications Commission’s monthly open meeting
March 23: Government funding expires
March 26-April 6: House and Senate in recess