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As for some popular items that Democrats tried to use in their re-election message -- such equal pay for women who do the
What ails the legislative process is nothing new. Interviews with members of Congress from both sides on Wednesday produced
Congress already closed out the year with the least productive legislative session in history. And now, House Democrats pointed out Monday, House Republicans can add another record to the roster: the most closed session in history.
The statistics are detailed in a "Minority Views" article that Democrats will submit to the House record: Republicans adopted
CRP Research Director Sarah Bryner said it was difficult to pinpoint the exact reason for the drop-off in lobbying dollars
BOEHNER: Well, Bob, we should not be judged on how many new laws we create. We ought to be judged on how many laws we repeal
WASHINGTON -- The current Congress has had just 15 bills signed into law so far, the fewest in recent history. "The first