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For local governments, higher education institutions, development authorities and other public entities the final months of 2021 is the right time to best position yourself to receive future federal funding. McGuireWoods Consulting is uniquely positioned to help you create and implement a strategy to secure federal funds for 2022 and beyond.

Earmarks are Back in

This week in Washington: Reconciliation negotiations continue.

House

House Passes Four Public Health Bills

On Oct. 20, the House voted to pass four public health bills. The first, the Strengthening America’s Strategic National Stockpile Act (H.R. 3635), aims to secure medical supply chains and would allow the Department of Health and Human Services

This week in Washington: Reconciliation delayed; short-term debt ceiling fix passed.

Congress

Reconciliation Update
Votes on both the reconciliation package and the infrastructure bill were delayed last week after Democratic party divisions threatened the needed consensus. Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) stated the most he would support spending on a reconciliation package is $1.5 trillion. The

Mike Andrews, former staff director and chief counsel to the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, joins McGuireWoods as partner and McGuireWoods Consulting’s federal public affairs team as a senior vice president, and will lead the firm’s Native American public policy efforts. After a successful career on Capitol Hill and recent experience working for Sens.

This week in Washington: Continuing resolution passes House, government shutdown averted for now, infrastructure and reconciliation package votes delayed.

House

Continuing Resolution Passes House and Senate, Government Shutdown Averted
On Sept. 30, both the House and Senate voted to pass the continuing resolution that will extend federal funding through Dec. 3. The bill also includes

This week in Washington: Reconciliation talks continue.

House

Reconciliation Update
On Sept. 17, Democratic leadership acknowledged that the reconciliation package will not be ready for a Sept. 27 vote. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) had previously stated that the reconciliation package would be voted on together with the infrastructure bill on Sept. 27.

House Passes

This week in Washington: Reconciliation markup passes out of House Energy and Commerce and Ways and Means Committees.

House

House Energy and Commerce Committee Marks Up Build Back Better Act
From Sept. 13-15, the House Energy and Commerce Committee held a markup of the Build Back Better Act provisions. The committee approved measures to permanently