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Looking ahead at a busy appropriations season

CQ Budget, Ep. 203

House Budget Chairman John Yarmuth said this week his budget resolution will “be an exercise in futility, because I don’t think we can get a defense number that all our members can vote for and we probably can’t get a nondefense number that all of our members will vote for.”
House Budget Chairman John Yarmuth said this week his budget resolution will “be an exercise in futility, because I don’t think we can get a defense number that all our members can vote for and we probably can’t get a nondefense number that all of our members will vote for.” (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)

June and July are going to be busy for lawmakers as Congress looks to tackle a budget resolution, appropriations bills, debt limit legislation, infrastructure and more. CQ Roll Call’s Jennifer Shutt and David Lerman break down the next few months and look at how the Capitol Hill security spending bill may be in the mix.

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