Monday Minute

Upcoming legislative activity important to real estate.

Both the House and Senate are in session this week. What issues should REALTORS® follow? Hurricane Disaster Recovery Funds Administration; Small Business Consumer Data Privacy Issues (NAR to Testify); Housing Reform (NAR to Testify); and a Review of the 2017 Tax Law.

HEARING SCHEDULE*

Tuesday, March 26

  • The Administration of Disaster Recovery Funds in the Wake of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria — House Financial Services Committee | Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations
    Watch the live stream
  • Small Business Perspectives on a Federal Data Privacy Framework — Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation | Subcommittee on Manufacturing, Trade, and Consumer Protection
    Watch the live stream
  • Chairman's Housing Reform Outline: Part II — Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee
    Watch the live stream

Wednesday, March 27

  • The 2017 Tax Law and Who It Left Behind — House Ways and Means Committee

*Schedule is subject to change

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