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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 office of Rep. Louise Slaughter (N.Y.), the ranking Democrat on the House Rules Committee, also released a video Monday
Congress did very, very little in 2013 — setting all-time records for both most unproductive and most unpopular Congress
The 113th Congress is on track to pass just 55 bills in 2013 -- a record low level of productivity. Sen. Patty Murray (D
About a week and a half ago, our own Amanda Terkel reported that the current Congress was "on pace to be the least productive
But under the more traditional measurement of how many bills Congress passed and how many were signed into law by the president
The Huffington Post compiled the data from GovTrack, which lists laws since 1973. Back then, significantly more legislation