Whether and how Congress passes a budget this week could indicate what's to come when negotiations start for the next year, which will be the first full budget under President Trump.
Trump wants to eliminate the program. But advocates argue it just needs to be reformed.
Their drive to make a meaningful impact could provide the public sector a new pool of investors.
D.C. and more than a dozen states are shunning paperless refunds to avoid being conned out of hundreds of millions of dollars.