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Video: Congress and the judiciary: What the House and Senate can do to fix the courts

June 18, 2019  ·  Kevin Kosar
 Court reform is moving to the forefront of political discourse. On the 2020 presidential campaign trail, candidates are… Read More

ICYMI: Top reads on Congress

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June 14, 2019  ·  David Bahr
Kevin Kosar, “Congress’s tech policy knowledge gap,” Cato Unbound: “The current Congress might benefit from an OTA that spends more time on the latter than the former. One can… Read More

Video: Behind the committee doors: The staffing traits and trends of Congress’ legislative deal-breakers

June 12, 2019  ·  Kevin Kosar
 Congressional committees are well-known bodies in Washington, D.C. If you are in politics—whether a member, staffer, scholar or… Read More

ICYMI: Top reads on Congress

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June 7, 2019  ·  David Bahr
Mila Atmos, “Podcast with Brad Fitch, President and CEO of the Congressional Management Foundation,” FutureHindsight: “Brad Fitch is the President and CEO of the Congressional Management Foundation, a non-partisan… Read More

If we want to improve lawmaking, we need to distinguish capacity from advantage

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June 3, 2019  ·  Jonathan Lewallen
Citizens, the news media, and legislators themselves have become increasingly concerned about Congress’s ability to carry out its core functions, from lawmaking to representation of public opinion on policy matters… Read More