LegBranch.org is the hub for the congressional reform movement. It’s a transpartisan space to discuss what’s working in our national legislature, what’s not, and how we can fix it.
LegBranch.org is home to the Legislative Branch Capacity Working Group (LBCWG), launched in Spring 2016 by Kevin Kosar at the R Street Institute and Lee Drutman at New America.
The LBCWG was established to contend with the widespread perception that Congress is dysfunctional.
The objectives of the group are:
- To create an enduring, transpartisan space to assess the capacity of Congress to perform its constitutional duties; and
- To collaborate on ideas for improving the legislative branch’s performance in our separation of powers system.
Monthly meetings are open to Capitol Hill staff, academics, and anyone who cares about the well-being of America’s legislative branch.
LegBranch.org also hosts a blog where congressional academics and practitioners post about a diverse range of issues connected to Congress.
Have some research to share or something interesting to say about Congress? Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis. Please contact William Gray, R Street’s Communications Director, for more information.