Here’s why Congress can’t kick the habit.
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There’s a history behind that vision
And what happened to Build Back Better, the social and climate infrastructure bill?
Debt ceiling drama isn’t new — but this time it is a bit different
Incomplete audits make wasteful spending more likely
With an extremely narrow majority in the Senate, Democrats are
Your guide to another arcane congressional fiscal tool.
And more effective government could help reduce populism
Nobody wants another shutdown. But what to do when the parties really, really disagree?
Editors' note: We are reposting this analysis, first published on January
President Trump signed the massive omnibus appropriations bill for fiscal
The Republican House and Senate have now adopted their annual
The Republicans’ “Seven-Year War” to repeal the Affordable Care Act
The Republican campaign to repeal and replace the Affordable Care
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David Hawkings makes an interesting point in today's CQ/Roll Call
Suzy Khimm reports on a proposal from the Bipartisan Policy
Not everyone gets to have their name entitling a famous
As the debt default clock counts down, competing Boehner and
In response to the many "recent discussions":https://themonkeycage.org/senate_procedure/ of the "use
Barack Obama's budget for fiscal year 2011 was released yesterday,
On the heels of the Massachusetts election, it appears that