Capitol Hill Update: Energy and Ethics Bills Passed Before Month-long Recess
Monday, August 6, 2007
Maureen Cavanaugh (Guest Host): Washington D.C. was buzzing with a flurry of activity last week as politicians worked to pass a number of bills before adjourning for a month-long recess. Lawmakers passed legislation dealing with ethics and lobbying rules, health care for low-income children, and a massive energy reform package. What can we expect from lawmakers when they return from the month-long recess? And, what will our elected representatives be doing during their month off?
- Chad Pergram, chief correspondent for Capitol New Connection , which provides Capitol Hill coverage to KPBS and other public radio stations.
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