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William Barr and Congress’ broken contempt power

June 24, 2019  ·  Kevin Kosar
Source: ABC News. Last month, the House Judiciary Committee voted to recommend that the House hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt of Congress. The 24-16 decision was made along partisan… Read More

ICYMI: Top Reads on Congress

June 21, 2019  ·  Aubrey Neal
Zach Graves, Kevin R. Kosar, “What to shrink government? Invest in making Congress smarter,” Real Clear Policy: “The Constitution established Congress as the first branch of government. Its decisions… Read More

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