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What’s the likelihood that the House and Senate will consider key legislation in 2014? Except for two bills, it’s uncertain or unlikely that other major issues will be considered this year.
Among them, immigration reform seeks least likely to attract broad support in either the House or Senate.
The outcome appears to mean that both Democrats and Republicans will wait until next year to forge ahead on key legislation in hopes that the 2014 mid-term elections are favorable to their respective party.
This National Journal chart predicts what the future holds in store for these issues.
This one-minute video promotes the apartment industry’s national advocacy event on March 17-18. Under the theme “One Industry. One Voice,” the video encourages people to be informed, get involved and...