Update on Government Funding

Congress and the Administration have until midnight Thursday, February 8, to fund the government.

A dark contrast photo of the US Capitol against cloudy gray skies.At this time, Congress does not have a deal to fund federal agencies past next Thursday night, and the current Continuing Resolution (CR) expires February 8 at midnight. The House of Representatives is currently scheduled to be in session only three days next week due to a congressional retreat for legislators to craft their agendas for the remainder of 2018. Continue reading “Update on Government Funding”

President References Federal Workforce in State of the Union Address

NTEU National President Tony Reardon
NTEU National President Tony Reardon

Last night, NTEU National President Tony Reardon had the privilege of attending the State of the Union address to Congress as a guest of Representative Jamie Raskin (D-MD), a champion for federal employees on Capitol Hill. Continue reading “President References Federal Workforce in State of the Union Address”

2017 Congress Voting Records

Here are the voting records for the First Session, 115th Congress, for members of the United States Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives on matters of importance to employees.

Vote (buttons)NTEU compiles voting records detailing how each member of the House and Senate votes on issues affecting federal employees. NTEU only considers how members of Congress voted on issues directly affecting federal workers when compiling these records. This information is also available in NTEU’s Legislative Action Center. Continue reading “2017 Congress Voting Records”