Program

Events

Minority Group Leadership in Congress

Racial and ethnic minority group Representatives in Congress play an increasingly important role in the policy process as their numbers grow. This Congress Project seminar explored the dynamics of minority group leadership and how it is changing the face of Congress and national policy debates.

Information on the 113th Congress

The 113th Congress has nearly the same partian makeup, but with over 80 new House members and 12 freshman senators it's bound to produce some different results. Information on the new Congress and data on previous ones still point to increasing partisanship.

LaHood's Lament Deserves Assent on Recommit Motion

July 17, 2006 By Don Wolfensberger,Roll Call Contributing Writer

President-Elect Obama Off to a Good Start, Panelists Agree

At a Congress Project seminar, a panel of former White House aides, a journalist, and a congressional scholar agreed that Barack Obama's actions during the White House transition will help ensure him legislative success with Congress.

Can Senate De-Escalate Partisan Nuke Warfare?

Senate majority party frustration over minority party obstruction could be taken to the extreme of shutting down minority participation and altering the character of the upper chamber. Some measured rules changes could help de-escalate current procedural warfare.

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