The United States Congress
The United States Congress is part of the legislative branch and is made up of two houses -- the House of Representatives and the Senate. The primary duty of Congress is to write, debate, and pass bills, which are then passed on to the president for approval. The 113th United States Congress is scheduled to meet in Washington, DC from January 3, 2013 to January 3, 2015.
The United States Congress is the bicameral legislature of the federal
government of the United .... Congress reflects us in all our strengths and all our
weaknesses. It reflects our regional idiosy...
Members-elect gather for the 115th Congress freshman class photo. ... each
representative serves the people of a specific congressional district by
Details the U.S. legislative process maintained by the Library of Congress.
Search bills and laws by number or keyword, find links to members of the House
The Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies has launched a
website to provide up-to-date information ... Postcard of the U.S. Senate Chamber
The United States Congress has an upper chamber called the Senate and a
lower chamber called the House of Representatives (or “House” for short) which
Each week (that Congress is in session) you will receive: •, Key votes by your two
Senators and U.S. Representative. •, Links to send e-mail to your members of ...
Article I of the U.S. Constitution establishes a Legislative Branch with a House
and ... The Constitution grants Congress the sole authority to enact legislation
Nov 10, 2005 ... When the writers of the Constitution created Congress, they ... United States
Capitol, Washington, D.C., the meeting place of the U.S. Congress.
Senate amendments to the U.S. Constitution. The formation and powers of
congress are laid out in ten sections of Article I of the ...