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Powers of the United States Congress
Specific powers of the U.S. Congress established by the Constitution.
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About the United States Congress - Overview
The formation, organization and leadership of the United States Congress - House of Representatives and Senate - as described in the U.S. Government ...
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About the Legislative Branch of U.S. Government
In the United States, the power to make laws is given to Congress, which represents the legislative branch of government. The Source of Laws The legislative ...
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US Congress and the Economy - US Economy - About.com
The U.S. Congress is the Legislative Branch of the U.S. Federal government. It has a House of Representatives , which represent each state based on the ...
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Information and Articles About the U.S. Congress
Believe it or not, the month-long summer break the U.S. Congress takes every August is required, ... What is 'contempt of congress' and can you go to jail for it?
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U.S. Congressional Allowances - US Government Info - Resources
Along with salaries and benefits, members of the US Congress get certain allowances in support of their duties.
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The 10 Wealthiest Members of Congress - US Government Info ...
Overall, members of Congress saw their personal wealth grow by more than 16 percent during the worst economic downturn in the United States since the Great  ...
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How to Write Letters to Congress - US Government Info - Resources
Do letters to US Senators and Representatives do any good? ... People who think members of Congress pay little or no attention to constituent mail, are plain ...
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Congress: Why Are There Two Chambers? (House & Senate)
Why the US Congress Has Two Chambers, the House and Senate.
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Bills in the US Congress - US Government Info - Resources - About ...
The bill is the most commonly used form of legislation considered by the US Congress. Bills may originate in either the House of Representatives or the Senate ...
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