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Is the Senate Germane? Majority Leader Reid's Lament

August 13, 2007 By Don Wolfensberger,Roll Call Contributing Writer

Congress and Homeland Security

It took nearly a year to resolve differences in creating a Department of Homeland Security --the biggest executive reorganizion in a half-century. This Congress Project seminar explored the interplay of politics and processes to address this new challenge as well as the outlook for the future.

Appropriations Process Wilts in the Sunshine

While the House and Senate appropriations committees were off to a good start this spring in reporting most of their 12 money bills, the process slowed down considerably this summer with a raft of floor amendments. This portends a repeat of last year with no bills enacted by the start of the fiscal year and an omnibus bill wrapping things up well past the deadline, writes Don Wolfensberger in his Procedural Politics column.

First Test of the New Majority: Choosing Rules Wisely

December 4, 2006 By Don Wolfensberger,Roll Call Contributing Writer

Gun Amendment: Poison Pill or Silver Bullet?

How will the D.C. voting rights bill be affected by the gun amendment? Just look at recent history, explains Congress Project Director Don Wolfensberger in his bimonthly column from Roll Call.

Getting Back to Legislating, Remarks of Don Wolfensberger

Getting Back to Legislating, Remarks of Don Wolfensberger at Bradley University Conference on Returning Civility to Our Public Discourse Tuesday, April 16, 201

Of Mavericks and Raiders: Studying the Process-Policy Nexus

April 3, 2006 By Don Wolfensberger,Roll Call Contributing Writer

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