Tom Spulak, Robert Ehrlich, Mike Andrews, Lloyd Hand, J.C. Boggs, George Crawford, and Allison Kassir
Congress will need to reconvene in a Lame Duck session after the November 4th election to pass legislation to fund the government for the remainder of FY 2015. Whether they address issues such as taxes, foreign policy crises, Ebola policy, Trade Promotion Authority (TPA), or others, depends on a number of factors, including which party controls the Senate in the next Congress. Join King & Spalding's Government Advocacy & Public Policy practitioners as they provide insights on whether and how these issues will be addressed as well as the impact of the leadership elections that both parties will hold later this month.
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