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116th Congress (2019-2020)
January 11, 2019

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Bills are arranged alphabetically by popular title or subject so they're easy to find. Bill numbers are provided to facilitate research in Congress.gov.
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Middle East Policy (includes Syria, Israel, and Jordan) S.1 

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Middle East Policy (includes Syria, Israel, and Jordan) S.1 


Agency Authorizations
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Program Authorizations
Health Emergency Preparedness Programs  H.R.269
  
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Appropriations and Budget for Fiscal Years 2019 and 2020
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Agriculture, FY 2019  H.R.265
Financial Services and General Government, FY 2019  H.R.264
Interior and Environment, FY 2019  H.R.266
Transportation and HUD, FY 2019  H.R.267
Consolidated Appropriations, FY 2019 (Contains Agriculture; Commerce, Justice, and Science; Financial Services; Interior and Environment; State and Foreign Operations; & Transportation and HUD  H.R.21
FY 2019 Continuing Resolution, through February 8, 2019 (Contains Homeland Security)  H.J.Res.1
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Appropriations and Budget for Fiscal Year 2021
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Popular Documents
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Public Laws, 116th Congress (selected)


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Bills in ITALICS received attention in the last week or may receive floor action this week.BOLD bill numbers indicate advanced legislative action.
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