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Illustration of four hands pulling at a dollar

An offset is a maneuver that attempts to ensure revenue-neutral taxing or spending in Congress. READ MORE

Congressional Review Act

Ben Grove Christopher Murray September 3, 2020
U.S. Capital building at dusk

In this month's Wonkology, we discuss a process that allows Congress to nullify a federal agency regulation by submitting a joint resolution of disapproval for the president to sign. READ MORE

Legislative Day

Ben Grove Christopher Murray August 3, 2020
U.S. capitol dome

In this month's Wonkology, we discuss the a legislative day, a period of time that begins when a chamber of Congress gavels into session and ends when the chamber formally adjourns. READ MORE

Manager's Amendment

Christopher Murray Ben Grove August 6, 2019
Capitol at night

What is a manager's amendment? A package of amendments introduced by the chair or lead sponsor of a piece of legislation. READ MORE

President Pro Tempore

Ben Grove Christopher Murray December 5, 2018
The U.S. Constitution

Who is the President Pro Tempore, and what are their duties? Find out in this month's Wonkology! READ MORE

State of the Union

U.S. Capitol

In this month's Wonkology, our Lobbying & Policy team discuss the State of the Union address and it's origins. READ MORE