From the latest opinion piece in The Hill:

Another thing the House can do is reconstitute the Select Committee on the Modernization of Congress to continue its work to bring the chamber fully into the 21st century. The select committee made some 97 recommendations in the current Congress, many of which have already been adopted and implemented. But there is plenty of work still to be done, especially during this difficult period of trying to legislate in the midst of the pandemic. The extension of the select committee has been endorsed in a letter to congressional leaders by a coalition of 38 good government groups and 16 individuals. The bipartisan makeup of the select committee (six Democrats and six Republicans) has served well in reporting back unanimous proposals.

Read the full op-ed here.

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Don Wolfensberger
Former Director, The Congress Project, Woodrow Wilson Center; Former Staff Director, House Rules Committee...