This Week in Congress - March 30, 2009

March 27, 2009



Date Body Committee
Location
Topic
Title
3/31/2009 House Ways & Means
1100 Longworth, 10:00am
Banking
Banking Secrecy Practices and Wealthy American Taxpayers
Committee on Ways & Means Web Site
4/1/09 House Small Business
2360 Rayburn, 1:00pm
IRS Oversight
Are Tax Compliance Costs Slowing the Economic Recovery?
House Small Business Committee Web Site
4/2/2009 House Ways & Means
1100 Longworth, 10:00am
Financial Crisis and Retirement Security
The Financial Crisis and Retirement Security: the 401(k) Way
Committee on Ways & Means Web Site
3/31/2009 Senate Banking, Housing, & Urban Affairs
538 Dirksen, 10:00am
Mark up of S.414
S.414, to amend the Consumer Credit Protection Act, to ban abusive credit practices, enhance consumer disclosures, protect underage consumers.
Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, & Urban Affairs Web Site
3/31/2009 Senate Banking, Housing, & Urban Affairs
538 Dirksen, 2:30pm
Stimulus
Hearing to examine lessons from the New Deal.
Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, & Urban Affairs Web Site
3/31/2009 Senate Finance
215 Dirksen, 10:00am
TARP
An oversight hearing to examine a six month update on the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP).
Senate Committee on Finance Web Site
3/31/2009 Senate Homeland Security & Govt Affairs
342 Dirksen, 10:00am
Financial Crisis Management
Hearing to examine the Office of the Chief Financial Officer, focusing on the progress it has made since the financial crisis of the 1990s, the financial management challenges in the years ahead, and the steps that are being taken to address those challenges.
Senate Committee on Homeland Security & Government Affairs Web Site
3/31/2009 Senate Judiciary
226 Dirksen, 10:00am
Continued Mark up of S. 515.
A bill to amend title 35, United States Code, to provide for patent reform.
Senate Committee on the Judiciary


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