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 Congressional Affairs
 2011

January 3 - 2010 Key Votes: A Show of Force, Then Finesse
January 3 - 2010 Vote Studies: Party Unity
January 3 - 2010 Vote Studies: Presidential Support
January 3 - 2010 Vote Studies: Voting Participation
January 3 - CQ Vote Study Guide
January 3 - South Gains, Northeast Loses Committee Chairmen
January 10 - Blue Dog Democrats Scratching to Get In
January 10 - Bonner Tapped to Head House Ethics Panel
January 10 - Constitution 101 For the Curious
January 10 - Divided Government Could Result in Stalemate
January 10 - Don Young Gets His Groove Back
January 10 - Editor's Notebook: Framers and Framing
January 10 - GOP Goes to Work on Agenda
January 10 - New Rules for the House
January 10 - Once Again, House Delegates Lose Their Semi-Vote
January 10 - Republicans Turn to Constitutionalism to Rein in Authority
January 10 - Senators Negotiate Proposed Rules Changes on Holds, Filibuster Power
January 10 - States in Search Of Veto Power
January 10 - Statistics of Speakers Past
January 10 - The House: Palmer-Barton
January 17 - Editor's Notebook: Our Small Town
January 17 - Finding Solutions to Secure Events
January 17 - Gavel Falls on DeLay
January 17 - Giffords Assault Unites Members
January 17 - In Giffords, America Sees a Lawmaker Who Breaks Stereotypes
January 17 - Reversing the Revolving Door
January 17 - Speaker Boehner Strikes a Chord
January 17 - The New Congress' Political 'Power' Players
January 17 - Years of Tarnish on Hill's Image
January 24 - Agriculture: Miller
January 24 - British House of Lords Session Runs 22 Hours
January 24 - Conrad, Lieberman Retirements Pose Another Challenge for Senate Majority
January 24 - Editor's Notebook: Kumbayeah
January 24 - House Spending Panels' New Leaders
January 24 - Killing the Printed Word
January 24 - State of the Union Will Showcase Obama's Web of Relationships
January 31 - Constituent Mail Still Delivers Influence
January 31 - Editor's Notebook: Delivered
January 31 - Elmendorf to Lead CBO for Another Four Years
January 31 - Ruppersberger Named Ranking Member on Intelligence, Sanchez Appointed to Ethics Panel
January 31 - Senate Leaders Announce Panel Assignments
January 31 - Senate Limits 'Holds,' Keeps Filibuster
January 31 - The Hill: Davidson
February 7 - Chisam Favored as Special Master
February 7 - GOP Hungry for New Menu
February 7 - Many New Faces in Key Senate Spending Positions
February 14 - Akaka's Strategic Switch
February 14 - Conservatives by Any Other Name
February 14 - Editor's Notebook: Pass the Panacea, Please
February 14 - Harman to End 16-Year Tenure In Congress to Direct Think Tank
February 14 - Rep. Lee Resigns Over Online Dating Incident
February 14 - Retirement Plans Stir 2012 Election Talk
February 21 - Lawmakers, President Brace for Government Shutdown
February 21 - Political Economy: Words Matter
February 21 - Tea Partiers Build Capitol Credibility
February 21 - The House: Casto
February 28 - Everybody Makes Mistakes
March 7 - 112th Congress In Transition
March 7 - Political Economy: Just Say Maybe
March 7 - Senate Cuts Panel Spending, Restores Reserve Fund
March 7 - The House: Campbell
March 7 - With Akaka Departure, Hawaii GOP Sees a Possible Pickup Opportunity
March 14 - 112th Congress In Transition
March 14 - GOP Relieved to Hear Ensign Won't Run
March 21 - GOP Spending Dissenters
March 21 - Unkindest 'YouCut' of All
March 28 - The Door Keeps Spinning
March 28 - The Hill's Pink-Slip Policy
March 28 - The House: Leek
April 4 - Capitol Hill: Ellis Rochkind
April 4 - Editor's Notebook: The GOP's Problem
April 4 - Is Fiscally Lean Politically Rash?
April 11 - A Little Less Advice, A Little More Consent
April 11 - House: DeGraff
April 18 - One House, Two Agendas
April 18 - Operations Budget Trimmed; CBO, Capitol Police Spared
April 18 - Panel Approval of Senate Confirmation Measure Starts Discourse on Congressional Powers
April 18 - Politics Run in the Family
April 18 - The Partisanship Pendulum
May 2 - Bio Box: Kristi Noem
May 2 - Finding Her Place
May 2 - In a Class of Their Own
May 2 - Return of the Floor Vote
May 2 - Senate: Energy Committee Staff
May 2 - The Rise of Dean Heller
May 9 - Political Class: Inside the Lexicon of Washington
May 16 - Sen. Kohl Says He Won't Run Again; Democrats Brace to Defend Seat
May 16 - There's Something Familiar About the Class of 2010
May 23 - Hill: Walls
May 23 - Newt Gingrich: The Teacher Gets Schooled
May 30 - 2012 Appropriations -- Legislative Branch: Capitol Hill Not Spared From Reductions
May 30 - Capitol Hill: Wheeler
May 30 - Democrats Celebrate Surprise Win in New York's 26th, Long Held by GOP
May 30 - Pay Hike Held Till Vitter End
June 6 - Hill: Weaver
June 13 - Weiner Faces Bipartisan Disfavor
June 20 - 'Taxpayer Protection Pledge'
June 20 - A House Against Dividing
June 20 - On Tap: Housing, Highways and More
June 20 - Senate Panel Republicans Cite Constitutional Concerns In Their Opposition to Bill to Extend FBI Director's Term
June 20 - Senate: Banks
June 20 - Waiting for the Deal: Debt Talks Put Lawmaking on Hold
June 20 - Weiner Resigns, Citing 'Distraction'
June 27 - K Street: What Scandal?
July 4 - Staying Inside for Recess
July 11 - Hill: Adofo
July 11 - House Slashes Budget for Itself, Capitol Agencies
July 18 - Cuts Could Harm Constituents, Lawmakers Say
July 18 - Democrat Hahn Wins in California's 36th
July 18 - On Their Own Terms
July 25 - Ethics Panel Hires Outsider to Probe Staff Conduct in Maxine Waters Case
July 25 - House Approves $3.3 Billion for Its Own Operations
July 25 - House: Chafin
August 1 - 112th Congress in Transition
August 1 - House: Lowry
August 1 - Political Economy: OK, So Now What?
August 1 - Wu to Resign After Debt Debate Ends
August 8 - A Deal in Which Nobody Wins
August 8 - An Unofficial Recess
August 8 - Highlights of the Budget Control Act
August 8 - Panel's Breadth Worries Lawmakers
August 8 - Summer of Strife
September 5 - Deficit Work May Delay Key Legislation
September 5 - For Presidents, Less Is More
September 5 - Presidents Speaking Their Minds to Congress
September 5 - Waiting in the K Street Lobby
September 12 - House: Wellman
September 12 - Tea Party Favorite Bucks Isolationism
September 19 - Hill to Feel Pinch In Fiscal 2012 Spending Bill
September 19 - House: O'Neill
September 19 - Political Class: Inside the Lexicon of Washington
September 26 - Leaving the Leadership
September 26 - Political Economy: Piling On
September 26 - Seeking Digital Democracy?
September 26 - The Liberation of Lamar
September 26 - Unpopularity Contest: Congress' Approval Ratings Continue to Sink
October 10 - 112th Congress in Transition
October 10 - Costello's Retirement Adds to Democrats' 2012 Election Workload
October 10 - Political Economy: Breaking the Mold
October 10 - Reid Sets Procedural Precedent; Senate Minority Rights at Stake
October 17 - Drawing the Line at Redistricting
October 17 - Editor's Notebook: Show Vote
October 24 - Panel Reopens Inquiry of Illinois Democrat Jackson
October 31 - 112th Congress in Transition
October 31 - An Officer and a Congressman
October 31 - Massachusetts' Olver Won't Run Again
October 31 - Senate: Hanley
November 7 - House: Graves
November 7 - Make Laws, Not Logjam
November 14 - Government Relations: Lloyd
November 21 - Pushing the Half-Time Hill
November 21 - Unintended Consequences From the Deficit Committee
November 28 - Senate: Loskarn
December 5 - 112th Congress in Transition
December 5 - An Embarrassment of Riches
December 5 - Frank to Retire After 16 Terms in House
December 5 - House: Anderson
December 5 - Newt's Next Act
December 12 - Capitol Hill: Simpson
December 22 - Congressional Insider Trading Bill Approved by Senate Committee
December 22 - Fiscal 2012 Omnibus: Legislative Branch

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