Issues Facing the U.S. Congress Upon Return
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Congress returned back to Washington with a near record low approval rating on Tuesday. The most immediate topic expected to be discussed is an aid package to help combat Zika. Congress will also have to how to prevent another government shut down by the time funding ends on the 30th. Republicans are expected to introduce legislation in reaction to the Obama administration's 400 million payment to Iran after a nuclear deal was reached.
- Jack Torry, Washington D.C. Bureau Chief, the Columbus Dispatch
- Steven S. Smith, Professor of Political Science, and Director, Weidenbaum Center on the Economy, Government, and Public Policy, Washington University in St. Louis