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After an election night that predictably returned the Republicans to the majority in the House while Democrats hung on to a slim margin in the Senate, members will look to return to Washington for official business next week. Stay tuned for congressional hearings and other events related to innovation and entrepreneurship.
Congress has returned from the Thanksgiving week recess with several meetings and hearings scheduled.
Congress will be in session this week – returning to the 18th lame duck session since 1935 – then will go back into recess for Thanksgiving week. In the meantime, several hearings in the House and Senate (below) may be of interest.
Both houses of Congress are home campaigning for the upcoming elections.
Wednesday, May 5, 2010House Small Business Committee - Hearing“Tax Initiatives that Promote Small Business Growth”The Committee will analyze how targeted tax provisions aimed at small firms can maintain the economic recovery and encourage small business expansion.2360 Rayburn House Office Building 1:00 PM[more info] Wednesday, May...
Wednesday, May 26Joint Economic Committee"Avoiding a Lost Generation: How to Minimize the Impact of the Great Recession on Young Workers" Dr. Harry Holzer Professor, Georgetown Public Policy Institute, Georgetown University Washington, DC Mr. David R. Jones President and Chief Executive Officer, Community Service Society New York, NY Mr. Stephen M. Wing Director of...
Monday, May 17, 2010
House Small Business Committee - Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight Field Hearing
"Access to Capital for Small Businesses"
The hearing will examine the current credit conditions for Pennsylvania small businesses. Witnesses will offer testimony on expanding access to capital for entrepreneurs and spurring...
WEDNESDAY, May 12, 2010
House Small Business Committee - Hearing
“Small Businesses and Broadband: An Engine for Economic Growth and Job Creation”
Committee will hear from small businesses on how broadband is helping to grow the
economy and create new jobs.
2360 Rayburn House Office Building
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
House Science and Technology Committee- Subcommittee on Research & Science Education - Hearing
"The National Science Foundation’s FY 2011 Budget Request"
10:00AM - 12:00PM
Rayburn House Office Building, Room 2318
Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee - Hearing
"Advancing American innovation...
Congress is currently in recess. The Senate will reconvene on April 5 and the House on April 12.
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