Every two years the U.S. House of Representatives reconstitutes itself as a new legislative body and adopts a set of rules governing the Chamber’s actions for the new Congress.
After months of bickering and delay, House and Senate negotiators finally agreed to compromise on a much-needed fifth installment of COVID-19 relief for individuals and small businesses.
As an eager nation waits for state officials to certify results of the 2020 elections, Congress and the president (both this year’s and next) face a crowded agenda filled with urgent poli
For too long now we have watched as the national discourse has taken a divisive turn. Bipartisanship is endangered, “compromise” a dirty word.
In short, the needs are sweeping and urgent, and a deal needs to be struck. The Democrats in their House bill started at $3 trillion in aid.
The Concord Coalition issued the following statement today by Executive Director Robert L.