Timing perspective for legislative action before election (9:59)

Todd Metcalf
Monday, May 20, 2024

With 168 days until the 2024 Presidential Election and 50 days in which Congress is scheduled to be in session, how much legislative work can Congress get done? Todd Metcalf discusses possible legislative actions this week and after Congress returns from the Memorial Day recess.

Todd Metcalf, Principal, PwC’s Tax Policy Services Practice
Sindhu Blume, Host, Policy on Demand  

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In case you missed it:
Policy on Demand: Week in Review with Karl Russo (05/17/24)
Policy on Demand: Election Watch (05/16/24)

Happening this week:
May 20: House Ways and Means Tax Subcommittee field hearing in Erie, Pennsylvania, on the impact of Opportunity Zones and other small business tax policies.
May 21: Senate Finance Committee hearing on tax-advantaged savings accounts for children.
May 21: Senate Finance Subcommittee on International Trade, Customs, and Global Competitiveness hearing on trade enforcement.
May 22: Senate Finance Committee hearing on the Family First Prevention Services Act.
May 23: Senate Finance Committee hearing on the fentanyl crisis.
May 23: House Ways and Means Health Subcommittee hearing on independent medical providers.

May 21: Georgia, Idaho, Kentucky, and Oregon primaries.
May 21: California’s 20th Congressional District special general election.
May 23: Idaho Democratic presidential caucuses.
May 23: Texas Republican Convention.
May 25: Oregon Republican Convention.


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