Easy Monday: NDAA in the Senate, one suspension bill in the House

Just before that vote, senators will vote on the nomination of Paul Grimm to be a U.S. district judge for Maryland.

The House meets at noon for speeches, and then again at 2 p.m. for work on one suspension bill, H.R. 5817, the Eliminate Privacy Notice Confusion Act. This bill would relax current requirements on banks to publish annual privacy policy notices, and would only require banks to notify customers when there is a change in their privacy policy.

No roll-call votes are planned in the House, but members could approve H.R. 5817 by voice vote.

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