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Stall health care reform bill? Congress has an app for that.
Congressional expert Steven S. Smith says Congress has plenty of parliamentary tactics for stalling and pushing through legislation. Reconciliation, filibusters, deeming, and now "vote-a-rama".
Washington University in St. Louis to establish religion and politics center
Washington University in St. Louis is establishing a scholarly and educational center that will focus on the role of religion in politics in the United States, announced Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton.
Major milestone in health care debate
Timothy McBride, Ph.D., health economist and associate dean for public health at the George Warren Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis discusses the next steps for health care reform in the United States.
New web site puts you in touch with politics
A new web site (civicscience.com) allows users to view and vote on a variety of issues to become more in tune with current political happenings. The site also allows people to compare themselves with politicians to help make more informed voting decisions.
Is there change in Washington?
Congressional expert and director of the Weidenbaum Center at Washington University in St. Louis, Steven S. Smith, says party politics will make it difficult for Obama to gain bi-partisan support for the nation's massive economic stimulus bill.
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