Weekly Legislative Update - January 28, 2019

President Signs Short-Term Measure to Reopen Government
The longest government shutdown in U.S. history ended late on Friday, as the President signed into law a short-term spending bill to reopen the government for three weeks.

The President reached a deal with congressional leaders to reopen the government for three weeks despite getting no new funding for a border wall. 

TIA expects there to be discussions and disagreements on the wall and other forms of immigration policy over the next three weeks. 
We will continue to update you on Congressional action when it becomes available.