Congress can prevent another Jan. 6 by updating a key elections law

The American public does not tend to think highly of Congress. Gallup’s historical poll shows public approval of our national legislature has hovered around 20 percent over the past decade. Very rarely have more than half of John and Jane Q. Public given the thumbs-up to the first branch of government. That being so, why would anyone imagine that the public wants Congress to have a role in deciding who gets to be president? (Read more)

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