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March 16, 2018

DC Catalysts and Events

Week of March 19-23


All weekSaudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman visit to DC

FriNext federal government funding deadline


Tues @ 10am: House Education and Workforce hearing on DOL’s association health plan proposed rule

Tues @ 10am: Senate Finance considers HHS Asst. Secretary nominations

Tues @ 10am: House E&C oversight subcommittee hearing on DEA’s role in opioid crisis

Wed @ 9am: House E&C health subcommittee hearing on opioids

Wed @ 10am: House Oversight and Gov Reform hearing on improper payments in Medicaid

Wed @ 2pm: House Ways and Means hearing on MACRA’s physician payment policies


Tues @ 2:30pm: SASC hearing on Marine Corps modernization

Wed all day: CSBA Directed Energy Summit

Wed @ 10am: Secretary of the Army at Atlantic Council

Wed @ 2:30pm: SASC hearing on Navy shipbuilding programs

Wed @ 2:30pm: SASC hearing on ballistic missile defense

Wed @ 2pm: HASC hearing on ground force modernization


Thurs @ 9am: House Ways and Means Committee hearing on Section 232 steel and aluminum tariffs

Thurs @ 10am: USTR Lighthizer testifies before Senate Finance Committee

Thurs @ 2pm: AEI even on “Future of Infrastructure Policy under the Trump Administration

Fri @ 10am: Brookings event on smart transportation networks


Mon: Start of AT&T/Time Warner Inc. antitrust trial

Mon: Extended FCC comment deadline for review of TV broadcaster national audience reach cap

Mon-Tues all day: American Cable Association annual summit

Thurs @ 9:30am: FCC monthly open meeting, feat. vote to streamline 5G wireless permitting

Fri @ 9:30am: Joint FCC / FTC forum on regulatory solutions to reduce robocalls

Fri @ 10am: Brookings Institution event on "smart transportation networks"


Mon: Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman visits Washington

Tues @ 3:45pm: Atlantic Council on the Future of Solar Energy


Tues @ 10am: FDIC Board Meeting

Thurs @ 9am: CFPB meets with Community Bank Advisory Council

Thurs @ 10am: HUD Secretary Carson testifies before Senate Banking