Wednesday: NDAA (maybe) and suspensions in the House

Late Tuesday, House Republicans said it is "possible" members would hold these votes on Wednesday.

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The House will also take up a resolution, H.Res. 827, allowing the House to consider suspension bills through Dec. 28. Members will debate this resolution for one hour before passing it (more details on this resolution will come in a post later this morning).

After that, the House has five suspension bills set for the day:

H.R. 6190, the Asthma Inhalers Relief Act,

H.R. 5817, the Eliminate Privacy Notice Confusion Act,

S. 3542, the No-Hassle Flying Act,

S. 1998, the DART Act, and

H.R. 6364, the Frank Buckles World War I Memorial Act.

The Senate is in at 9:30 a.m., but has no votes planned for Wednesday. Several farewell speeches from retiring members of the Senate are expected.