Skip to content

The House is postponing Monday night votes because of the snowy weather but will move forward with the day’s scheduled debate on five suspension bills, according to House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer’s (D-Md.) office.It is unclear what effect the delay will have on the schedule for the rest of the week, which includes debate on major housing legislation and the D.C. voting rights bill.The next scheduled House vote is Tuesday at 3 p.m.

Recent Stories

Lawmakers welcome Zelenskyy but don’t have path to Ukraine aid

House GOP leaders scrap spending bill votes amid infighting

One of these five people will (probably) be Trump’s running mate

How a new generation of Merchant Marine ships can chart a course for government efficiency

At the Races: Beyond the Beltway, voters voted

Gibberish in Washington keeps them guessing (and spelling)