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Congress this week Slow before Senate return
WASHINGTON (1/12/10)--While the House of Representatives will return for the second session of the 111th Congress on Tuesday, there is little in the way of official business scheduled, and many of the House members will depart Washington on Thursday to attend the Democratic Issues Conference. A number of bank executives later this week will testify before Congressional members in the first of many hearings held by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, a body that was formed to determine the causes of the nation's financial crisis. Additional hearings are planned throughout the year. The Senate will not return to session until Tuesday, Jan. 19.


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