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Marian Currinder

Senior Fellow, Governance Project, R Street Institute

by Marian Currinder (page 5)

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ICYMI: Top reads on Congress

November 30, 2018
Paul Kane, “Want Congress to look more like the people it serves? Provide member housing, pay staff more,” Washington Post: “Two of those possibilities should be considered next year… Read More
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ICYMI: Top reads on Congress

November 16, 2018
Mike Gallagher, “How to Salvage Congress,” The Atlantic: “I have come to believe that the problem is not the people. The problem is a defective process and a power… Read More
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LegBranch launches new website

November 14, 2018
LegBranch.org, the hub for the congressional reform movement, launches a new and improved website today. The site features the latest research and writing on topics like congressional leadership, legislative… Read More
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ICYMI: Top reads on Congress

November 9, 2018
Kate Zernike, “Nancy Pelosi: Demonized or Celebrated, She Refuses to Agonize,” New York Times: “Ms. Pelosi, 78, is the highest-ranking woman in American politics and American political history. And… Read More
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ICYMI: Top reads on Congress

November 2, 2018
Anthony Adragna, “The powerful weapon House Republicans handed Democrats,” Politico: “Democrats eager to investigate the Trump administration if they seize the House would have the GOP to thank for… Read More
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ICYMI: Top Reads on Congress

October 26, 2018
Ella Nilsen, “Nancy Pelosi just suggested she sees herself as a “transitional” House speaker,” Vox: “Pelosi made it clear she still intends to run for speaker if Democrats win… Read More
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ICYMI: Top reads on Congress

October 19, 2018
Hans Noel, “The Senate represents states, not people. That’s the problem,” Vox: “These concerns were central for the Framers, who were looking at the Constitution from the very state-centered… Read More
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ICYMI: Top reads on Congress

October 5, 2018
Seth Masket, “What Can We Learn From Jeff Flake’s About-Face?” Pacific Standard: “The FBI investigation and other political events over the next week may end up having little effect… Read More
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ICYMI: Top reads on Congress

September 28, 2018
Paul Kane, “Senate’s seniority rules raise questions when presidential succession is at stake,” Washington Post: “A random quirk in Senate custom grants the position of president pro tempore to… Read More
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ICYMI: Top reads on Congress

September 21, 2018
By Marian Currinder Philip A. Wallach, “Congress: Difficult by Design,” National Review: “Congress is an embodiment of America’s unmatched commitment to pluralism. As… Read More