The Hill reports:
Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) announced Thursday that senators will not return to Washington, D.C., to vote until Monday, Nov. 14, clearing the decks for vulnerable colleagues to campaign five solid weeks until Election Day.
“For the information of all senators, the next roll call vote will be on [Monday], Nov. 14, at 5:30 p.m.,” Schumer said on the floor.
But he warned that Senate colleagues should expect an “extremely busy” lame duck session during the second half of November and all of December as they still have to consider a defense authorization bill, an omnibus spending package, a bill protecting the right to same-sex marriage and other items that haven’t made it to the floor yet.
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WOW Schumer gavels the Senate out until after the midterms. https://t.co/KPr91BCitZ
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Senate will be back after today for legislative business on Tuesday, October 11th to work on the #FY23NDAA defense programs and policy bill.
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