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"This edition of the weekly a new year and a new congress. What to look for in the one hundred sixteenth congress as lawmakers return to Washington. Our guest is the editor in chief of the hill newspaper with Democrats in control of the house. What does it mean for the congressional calendar? Cusak explains their schedules to have a longer summer bring and that Steny Hoyer has said is to spend time have members to spend time with their families. However, it's going to be pretty intense until the summer usually before the state of the union, if let's say Republicans have controlled the house. Well, they don't they really wouldn't have a busy time before the state of the union, but when the opposing party wins, that's a different story. So they're going to be hitting hitting the ground running House Democrats it's going to be pretty intense throughout the year. And unlike an election year, they're going to be here in the fall, they're going to be here many days, and I think a lot more days than they certainly were in in twenty eight. But to be fair that's an election year where come on over one their home. Tune into the weekly C Span's podcast available on the free C-SPAN radio app. Online at C span dot org or wherever you download your favorite podcast. Senator Elizabeth Warren made her first trip to Isla on Saturday as a candidate for president of the United States having declared earlier that she was forming an exploratory committee. She told the Iowa Democrats that quote, Washington works great for giant drug companies, but not for people who need to fill a prescription. And that's a quote, this is fifteen minutes. Hi, everyone. My name is Bella O'Connor. And I'm a senior at the high school as well as chair for the high school Democrats have Iowa. I am. So thrilled and honored to be up. Here today was so many politically passionate people. But even more than that. I am so thrilled that we finally have. A progressive empowered persistent woman in the race for president.."