Inside the Beltway: 100 years of a ‘do-nothing’ Congress

Critics often refer to U.S. lawmakers these days as the “do-nothing Congress” — more interested in going through the motions or indulging in political theater than producing productive and public-minded legislation.

Here’s the truth about that. This has been going on for a century.

The description “do-nothing Congress” dates back …


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