Study: Bipartisan coalitions more likely as congress becomes more polarized|Health Consumer

Congress passed a surprising number of bills between 1981 and 2008 with bipartisan majorities large enough to withstand a presidential veto despite growing ideological divisions between Democratic and Republican lawmakers. A new Dartmouth – Miami University study demonstrates that legislative…
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