Congress is tackling several high-priority issues over the docket to protect yourself from a potential December shutdown.
A new Homeland Security bill in the home is trying to secure $5 billion for any border wall up from 1.6 billion dollars that was approved during the 2018 fiscal year.
Conservatives are urging congressional leaders to feed a short-term funding bill to have the us government running past Dec. 9, but is not for the fiscal year.
Members of Congress are hoping to revamp how federal funding is issued that allows you to streamline disaster funding, following several massive wildfires in California this current year.
Congress is additionally mulling two bills inside the house and Senate, tackling how Congress handles sexual harassment claims.
Lawmakers should have until December 7th to pass the legislations to protect yourself from a shutdown.