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Impeachment: A Political Process Wrapped in Legal Form, Congress Reports
CQ Congress Collection (Web site), Mar. 25, 2021

Impeachment is the ultimate political punishment, a concept the               American constitutional framers borrowed from English law governing the Houses of               Parliament. Ye . . .

The Unusual Circumstances of the 50–50 Senate, Congress Reports
CQ Congress Collection (Web site), Jul. 1, 2021

The United States is in the midst of an unusual political                    time, and among the quirkier features of 2021 is the current 50–50 Senate,                    composed of . . .

A Surprise Revival of Bipartisanship, Congress Reports
CQ Congress Collection (Web site), Aug. 24, 2021

Bipartisanship has left the House of Representatives, and                    virtually every vote shows this, with the blue House majority barely edging the                    Republicans . . .

The Debt Limit Discussion on the Table, Again, Congress Reports
CQ Congress Collection (Web site), Dec. 13, 2021

Brinksmanship is nothing new when it comes to congressional                    negotiations, but this year's stalemate over raising or suspending the country’s                    deb . . .

Changing Times Spark Debates about Electoral Count Act of 1887, Congress Reports
CQ Congress Collection (Web site), Feb. 7, 2022

The complex Electoral College has led American democracy                    down a fraught presidential path many times: in 1800, 1876, 2000, 2016 and most                    memorably on . . .

THE SENATE FILIBUSTER: NOT WHAT IT USED TO BE, Congress Reports
CQ Supreme Court Collection (Web site), Apr. 27, 2021

Insiders and historians say the filibuster is what makes the                    Senate what it is, and different from the House. Others say that is precisely                    the problem . . .

Congress Can Make or Break an Ambitious Presidential Agenda, Congress Reports
CQ Supreme Court Collection (Web site), Nov. 10, 2021

President Joseph Biden is attempting to push through                    Congress sweeping legislation that would remake American society, measures                    compared in their brea . . .

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