Congress to address the border crisis, suing President Obama, energy efficiency, and avoiding a government shutdown Getty Images, Alex Wong

Congress to address the border crisis, suing President Obama, energy efficiency, and avoiding a government shutdown

Senate Appropriators Try to Avoid Redundancies in Energy Efficiency Programs. Hydronic Systems at West Point. ABLE Act Making Progress. Immigration Now Top Voter Issue. Detroit Slows Effort to Shut Off Water to Poor Residents. House Lawsuit Against POTUS.

For the week of July 21-25, 2014, the Senate passed a number of judicial nominations and engaged in debate over legislation to eliminate tax benefits for U.S. companies that send jobs overseas. The House passed targeted education tax initiatives and higher education reforms.

This week, the House is likely to vote on legislation addressing the immigration crisis at the Southwest border and authorizing a lawsuit against President Obama (see below for both). The Senate will continue its

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