The House Judiciary Committee is set to consider a package of antitrust bills this week.
A higher debt limit does not mean funding more government programs. It is paying for the bills already due.
The bank leaders may be asked about diversity and lending practices during the pandemic.
Earmarks — money members of Congress request for projects back home — could make it easier for lawmakers to get on board.
Help is on the way for arts organizations and schools. But tackling thornier economic issues will require bipartisan support.
Opponents argue earmarks opened the door to corruption and waste. Supporters argue they'll help make Congress more effective.
Economists say the Ultra-Millionaire Tax Act could raise $3 trillion in 10 years.
Last summer, the Supreme Court ruled it's illegal under federal law to fire someone for being lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans.
Pot's illegal at the federal level, so major banks won't provide services. Therefore, vendors can't accept credit or debit cards.
That may depend on how early you file your taxes.