Today’s The Day That Most Likely Not Much Will Really Happen

The markets are speculating, but then again the markets are always speculating…

**Members are advised that the Majority Leader has announced the following changes to the House legislative schedule for the week of November 30th, 2020.

Votes are no longer expected in the House on Monday, November 30th and Tuesday, December 1st. First votes of the week will now occur on Wednesday, December 2nd at 6:30 p.m., with last votes of the week on Friday, December 4th.

The House will consider several bills under suspension of the Rules and the MORE Act.

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Following last votes on Friday, Members are encouraged to remain in Washington. As conversations surrounding legislation related to government funding, coronavirus relief, and NDAA are ongoing, these bills will be considered by the House as soon as they are ready. The House may complete legislative business early the week of December 7th.

Members are reminded that for the health of all Members and staff and to limit the number of people on the House Floor, Members are encouraged to stay in their offices unless they have confirmed speaking time during legislative debate or during their voting window.

During votes, Members must exit the House Floor and the surrounding areas immediately after voting. As occupancy on the House Floor will be limited to facilitate social distancing, Members are advised that the House Gallery will be open and available to use during the vote series. Members are strongly discouraged from congregating on the House Floor during votes and will be asked to exit immediately.

Members are further advised that additional information regarding Post Travel Coronavirus Testing provided by the Office of the Attending Physician can be found here.

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