Congress started a five-week recess on Friday night after the House approved an immigration package that was largely in line with what conservatives in the GOP conference wanted.
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Most senators had left a day earlier after completing work on a highway funding bill and a Veterans Department overhaul.

Lawmakers have been focused all year on November, and the drive for control of the Senate will tick up a notch over August.

Here are five things to know about the recess.

Boehner has shelved outreach to Latinos