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Senate sets 2010 calendar
WASHINGTON (12/14/09)--The Senate last week released the schedule for its 2010 legislative session, which will convene on Tuesday, Jan. 19. That initial work period will last until Feb. 12, when the Senate leaves for its President’s Day recess. The Spring/Easter recess will begin on March 29 and continue through April 12, with the Senate remaining in session for a seven week period, ending on May 28. A four week work period will commence on July 12, with the Senate leaving for its August recess early in the month. That recess will continue until September 13. While the Senate has not determined its target date for adjournment at this time, it will be in session, barring two federal holidays, Columbus Day on Monday, October 11 and Veterans Day on Thursday, November 11. The House released its calendar for 2010 earlier this month. (See related story: House sets 2010 schedule)


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