An Agenda For A Divided Congress

As we wake up this morning, America knows it will soon have a divided government – a Republican-controlled Senate and a Democratic-controlled House of Representatives. That new reality naturally conjures up painful thoughts of two more years of fighting rather than fixing, two more years of partisan acrimony, and two more years of gridlock. But none of that has to be the case.

In fact, Congress has operated well in the past when its power was divided between the two major political parties. After all, checks and balances are what the Founders desired….

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