Republicans at both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue are facing a big question this spring: What now?
As President Trump approaches his 100-day mark at the end of this month, congressional Republicans have few accomplishments to point to and are divided over how to proceed on his two biggest priorities: healthcare and tax reform.
Congress is at the start of a two-week recess, and lawmakers say they will listen to feedback from constituents as they mull the next legislative steps of 2017. The internal debate boils down to whether they should stick to their strategy of working strictly along party lines to pass big-ticket bills or try to find common ground with Democrats, perhaps on smaller proposals.
Republicans are divided over whether to take another shot at healthcare reform, which failed in the House last month, or move on to tax reform.