R Street’s Governance Project aims to assess and improve the state of America’s national system of self-governance, with particular attention to Congress. It produces research papers and popular writing about our national legislature and our separation-of-powers system. The project also co-directs the Legislative Branch Capacity Working Group and meets with congressional staff and members to discuss congressional and government reform issues.
From Brennan Center for Justice:
This piece is adapted from remarks presented at a symposium sponsored by the Legislative Branch Capacity Working Group (a joint project of R Street Institute…
Written testimony of Kevin R. Kosar
Vice President of Research Partnerships, R Street Institute
Before the U.S. House of Representatives, Select Committee on the Modernization of Congress,…
From Princeton University:
Additional task force members included Claire Abernathy, Stockton University; E. Scott Adler, University of Colorado; Sarah Binder, Brookings Institution & George…
From University of Michigan Press:
Dysfunction in the Senate is driven by the deteriorating relationship between the majority and minority parties. Regular order is virtually nonexistent and…
From Just Security:
In the last year, there have been renewed calls for Congress to reassert its war powers.
RE: Proposed Rule on Securing the ICTS Supply Chain, 15 CFR Part 7, RIN 0605-AA51
On behalf of the undersigned organizations, representing a diverse coalition of taxpayer and consumer advocacy…