The Hill: Defense agenda net week.
The House returns next week with a full slate of committee hearings that will push forward Republican proposals to end the sequester, authorize appropriations for the Defense Department, and analyze ongoing problems with the Transportation Security Agency and the General Services Administration.
On Monday, the House Budget Committee meets to mark up two bills that would eliminate the so-called sequester. Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) introduced these bills this week as a first step toward stopping a $600 billion cut in defense spending over the next 10 years.
Good Stuff. I will be glued to The Hill and C-SPAN on Monday.