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Trade Promotion Authority on Slow Track to Renewal

May 7, 2007 By Don WolfensbergerRoll Call Contributing Writer

New House Adopts Its Rules in the Dark

The adoption of House rules on the opening day of a new Congress is a perfunctory and partisan exercise that gets little attention. It hasn't always been that way, writes Don Wolfensberger.

House Threatens Blue Slip in the Face of the Senate

July 31, 2006By Don Wolfensberger,Roll Call Contributing Writer

Procedural Exit Strategy Uses Divide and Conquer Approach

January 7, 2008 By Don Wolfensberger,Roll Call Contributing Writer

McConnell’s Lament Stirs Fresh Breeze of Hope

Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell (Ky.), in a floor speech January 8, lamented the sorry state of the Senate today, admitted that both parties are to blame for turning the chamber into a campaign studio, and promised to return to deliberative policy making body if Republicans regain majority control next year.

Congress and the Politics of Energy Policy

The 109th Congress is once again attempting to forge a national energy policy after failing to do so in the last several Congresses. At this Congress Project seminar, a panel of Capitol Hill policymakers and observers discussed the prospects for enacting an energy bill in this Congress.

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