ICYMI: Top reads on Congress

February 16, 2018
Image Source: Daily Beast By Marian Currinder Budget, Appropriations, Earmarks David Hawkings, “When the Deal Precedes the Bid, Time to Change the Rules?” Roll Call: “But something largely overlooked… Read More

Committee Sheet: House Committee on Small Business

February 12, 2018
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ICYMI: Top reads on Congress

February 9, 2018
By Marian Currinder   Congressional capacity, retirements, parties Matt Glassman, “Why Congress Doesn’t Always Do the Right Thing,” New York Times: “Will arguments to “do the right thing”… Read More

Committee Sheet: House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology

February 5, 2018
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ICYMI: Top reads on Congress

February 2, 2018
Image Source: USA Today By Marian Currinder Gridlock and Reform Charles Zug and Connor M. Ewing, “What happened to the State of the Union address? Originally, it helped the… Read More

ICYMI: Top reads on Congress

January 26, 2018
Source: Nation By Marian Currinder   Post-shutdown analysis/congressional dysfunction Joshua Huder, “The Real Takeaway from the Shutdown: Congress is Broken,” Politico: “The deeper issue is what this brief and… Read More

ICYMI: Top reads on Congress

January 19, 2018
Source: CFRB By Marian Currinder Damian Paletta and Erica Werner, “Looming shutdown raises fundamental question: Can the GOP govern?” Washington Post: “But the impasse raised deeper questions about the… Read More

Next meeting of the Legislative Branch Capacity Working Group: January 23, 2018

January 13, 2018
Tuesday, January 23, 201812:00 PM  1:30 PM RSVP: https://intrapartyorganizations.splashthat.com/   The fourteenth meeting of the Legislative Branch Capacity Working Group will examine the political and policy influence of… Read More

ICYMI: Top reads on Congress

January 12, 2018
Partisan Mindset By Marian Currinder James Taranto, “Moderate voters, polarized parties,” Wall Street Journal: “Those old enough to remember the decades before the ’90s, then, may tend to see permanent majorities… Read More

Quick hit: No, Members of Congress are not unresponsive to voters

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January 11, 2018