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Joshua Huder

Senior Fellow, Government Affairs Institute

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Future headline: President Trump’s budget proposal re-breaks already broken appropriations process into itty bits… And that has other consequences.

March 2, 2017
By Joshua C. Huder That’s not likely to be the actual headline but it won’t be far off. On Tuesday, President Trump outlined his budget proposal which will include $54… Read More

On to Reconciliation! Republicans have a plan but probably won’t follow it.

January 12, 2017
By Joshua C. Huder The Senate passed a budget yesterday. It lacked some of the typical hallmarks of a budget resolution. Namely, the chamber did not debate in any great… Read More

Ominous Omnibus: A CR is coming.

November 14, 2016
By Joshua C. Huder With elections over, lawmakers make their way back to DC today. They will be faced with several pieces of important business, perhaps none more important than… Read More

How will Congress respond to a Trump win?

November 10, 2016
By Joshua C. Huder Republicans won both elected branches of government on Tuesday night. They will add the Third Branch soon as a SCOTUS nominee will be among the first… Read More

What’s on Tap in Congress in 2016?

January 7, 2016
This was originally published at the Government Affairs Institute at Georgetown University. The 114th Congress was a whirlwind of activity compared to its predecessors. Accomplishments like trade promotion authority, a… Read More