The 113th Congress

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Sticker-Schock: Breaking down Members’ Interior Design and Operation Spending

Josh Huder | February 5, 2015

This piece was co-written with Mark Harkins, a Senior Fellow at the Government Affairs Institute at Georgetown University. He worked on Capitol Hill for over 17 years in various positions including Chief of Staff in a personal office. The Fix at the Washington Post has an interesting piece on the cost of setting up and

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113th Congress: Arguably the least democratic in American history

Josh Huder | November 20, 2014

The 113th Congress may very well go down in history as the least democratic in our nation’s history. Except it probably not in the way you are thinking. This has nothing to do with how much money was spent in campaigns, gerrymandering, voter suppression laws, or other things that distort the electoral process. The 113th Congress, more

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