Tag Archives: reform

House Rules

I would rather be right than President–Henry Clay In an article in The Hill, Jonathan Turley, Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law at George Washington University, discusses expected changes to the rules of the House. He says he doesn’t favor … Continue reading

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Would a larger House be fairer?

Steve Vladeck proposes a good government reform–more members in the House. At first glance this idea seemed inconsequential to me; a legislative body with 435 members is large enough already that members may never learn each others names,  but after … Continue reading

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Taxes

What I’m willing to discuss is the way we change Medicaid to get costs under control.–Tom Reed I care about creating a more fair tax code that encourages job creation and builds a business climate that helps our communities thrive.–Tom … Continue reading

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