The insurrection against Congress this week placed in sharp focus the role — and fragility — of legislatures in the American governmental system.
Legislatures rarely require defining. Their composition and activities are straightforward as “a deliberative body of [elected] persons.”
But after a year of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s worthwhile to assess whether our state legislatures and our Congress can effectively function as legislative bodies.
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