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The Senate convenes at 10:00 a.m. ET. Following morning business, the Senate will resume consideration of H.R. 3082, the Military Construction/VA Appropriations. Recess for caucus luncheons will be from 12:30 until 2:15 p.m. Former President Bill Clinton plans to attend the Democratic luncheon. There will be no roll call votes during Tuesday's session.

The House is not in session.

For a list of Congressional committee hearings, visit Today in Congress.

Visit our Votes Database for more information on the House and Senate, including vote history and member profiles.

By washingtonpost.com editors  |  November 10, 2009; 8:23 AM ET
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I have been very disturbed what I have been hearing on one news network about C Street in Washington D.C. I was wondering no one else has picked up on this story . The C street residence is a secretive religious group which houses members of our Congressman and Senators. Jeff Sharlet has done extensive research on this group and wrote a book called" The Family" Senator Ensign from Nevada just left the organization for drawing attention to it. This is a good investigative story that we the people need to be informed about. These lawmakers need to be accountable for the laws they cast upon us.Especially when they believe they are above the law. They are Democrats and Republicians that belong to this organization. We need a good journalist to do an extensive investigation on these members.Please don't ignor this story. We also need to know ,they list this house as a church do they receive tax benefits also which is important. What happened to seperation of church and state.

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