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2016 is already on record as the second worst for US wildfires, in part thanks to changes wrought by global warming.

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Lawmakers have a full plate when they return in September and must come to agreement on plans for funding transportation needs that can pass in both houses of Congress.

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myinforms.com - Legislation that would significantly raise Medicare rates for emergency air medical providers is working its way through both chambers of the U.S. Congress.

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A U.S. Senate proposal to raise the gas tax by 4 cents per year for four years could generate $220 billion over a decade.

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With the current FAA authorization law set to expire on Sept. 30, the U.S. Senate is getting ready to leave town for the August recess. The House already departed last week. If the House and Senate are unable to reauthorize the FAA or pull together a long-term highway bill by the October 1 deadline, uncertainty over transportation funding could drag out into the new year.

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The House cleared a 3-month transportation patch before leaving town on Wednesday, July 29 for their five-week recess. By close of business on Thursday, July 30, the Senate is expected to have cleared the measure -- sending it off for the president's signature.

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Congress will only be in town a dozen days in September -- a short legislative session full of high-profile agenda items including reauthorizing the FAA, the president's Iran nuclear deal, finding agreement on highway funding, raising the debt limit, and keeping the government running into October and beyond.

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The Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations was slated to hold a hearing Thursday, July 30, on the U.S. tax code’s impact on mergers and acquisitions, focusing on government rather than business.

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The U.S. House of Representatives will vote on a three-month transportation patch on Wednesday, July 29, to keep highway programs running until October 29.

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The U.S. House of Representatives was set on Tuesday, July 28, to again pass a perennial Republican bill — The REINS Act — aimed at increasing Congress’s oversight on regulations across the board.

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