ARLINGTON, Va., April 4, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- With the return of Congress, Bloomberg BNA today published the spring edition of Hill Watch, a semi-annual, in-depth look on the range of key issues on the Capitol Hill legislative calendar. Hill Watch is published by Bloomberg BNA's Daily Report for Executives™, which offers in-depth coverage of leading legislative, regulatory, and judicial developments from the nation's capital, the states, and around the world. To access a complimentary copy of the complete spring Hill Watch report, visit http://www.bna.com/daily-report-for-executives-spring-2016-hill-watch/?utm_source=press_release&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=hillwatchspring2016&cmpid=lbpr040416.
Hill Watch is filled with an analysis and outlook of bills on a wide range of issues in front of both houses of Congress. Legislation affecting agriculture, campaign finance, communications, energy and environment, financial institutions, health care, immigration, intellectual property, international trade, labor and employment, securities, taxation and transportation — among other issues — are covered in Hill Watch.
"Congress will be dominated by Republicans' short list of 'must dos' upon the return of both houses — including moving the dozen annual appropriations bills, reauthorizing defense programs and taking up veterans' legislation — before legislators leave town on July 15," said Heather Rothman, news director, Bloomberg BNA. "Other key issues Congress may take up include rewrites of federal aviation law and energy policy. Action on other bills by leadership will be driven largely to help congressional Republicans win reelection."
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