As a new Congress convenes Tuesday, Republicans will arrive with a long and aggressive to-do list, emboldened by majorities in the House and the Senate and the promise of President-elect Donald Trump.
Working from a blueprint of the last half-decade, they're anxious to enact the conservative policy agenda that a Democratic White House has thwarted, undoing much of President Barack Obama's legacy in the process.
A repeal of the Affordable Care Act will take top priority, but the list also includes a reversal of environmental regulations they feel has limited energy production as well as financial regulations that they say burdened businesses and employers. Planned Parenthood, one of several women's health organizations Obama took steps to protect with new regulations last month, will find itself once more on the chopping block.
Once the respective bodies finish some initial housekeeping tasks, such as swearing in members and electing the speaker of the House, reversing the past eight years will be the focus — and in less than three weeks, they'll welcome a new Republican president as a strong ally of their cause.
Here's a look at what the GOP Congress has on its docket right out of the gate this week: