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The 112th Congress officially convened in Washington last week. As the Republicans rise to majority status in the House, they assume control of Congressional committee chairmanships relevant to innovation and entrepreneurship policy, including:
Congress is back in session on Wednesday, January 5, with a new Republican majority in the House of Representatives.
Following two heavy weeks of hearings on both sides of Capitol Hill, Congress is back in their states / districts for the Presidents’ Day Work Period.
The steady stream of congressional hearings continues, featuring a review of President Obama’s proposed FY 2012 budget by a number of committees, including the Budget Committees on both sides of the Capitol.
A slew of hearings in the House are scheduled for this week, with action in the following committees: Budget; Education & the Workforce; Financial Services; Judiciary; Oversight & Government Reform; Small Business; and, Ways & Means.
There are no relevant Congressional hearings or meetings currently scheduled for the week ahead in Washington.
There are no relevant Congressional hearings or meetings scheduled for the week ahead in Washington.
A couple of meetings and hearings are scheduled in the Senate for the week ahead in Washington, DC, including:
There are no relevant hearings this week, but here is one for next week:Wednesday, Apr 14, 2010 Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee - HearingHearings to examine reviewing the national broadband planWitness: The Honorable Julius Genachowski, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission 2:30 PMRussell Senate...
Tuesday, Apr. 27, 2010
Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship - Hearing
“Connecting Main Street to the World: Federal Efforts to Expand Small Business Internet Access”
Russell Senate Office Building, SR-428A
Witness Panel 1:
* Jonathan Adalstein
Rural Utilities Services
* Julius Genachowski
Federal Communications Commission
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