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114th Congress Outlook

Jack Jacobson

Jack Jacobson,

Washington, D.C.

C. Michael Gilliland

C. Michael Gilliland,

Washington, D.C.

James M. Wickett

James M. Wickett,

Washington, D.C.

Kyle Simpson

Kyle Simpson,

Washington, D.C.

Michele C. Farquhar

Michele C. Farquhar,

Washington, D.C.

Robert D. Kyle

Robert D. Kyle,

Washington, D.C.

Trey Hanbury

Trey Hanbury,

Washington, D.C.

Aaron Cutler

Aaron Cutler,

Washington, D.C.

Jared A. Bomberg

Jared A. Bomberg,

Washington, D.C.

Mike House

Kate McAuliffe

Lance Bultena

Michael Bell

09 January 2015
Twenty years ago, two years after the first inauguration of President Clinton, Republicans took control of both houses of Congress for the first time since 1953. Despite significant disagreements between Clinton and the Republican-controlled Congress, that period of 1995 through 2000 was a relatively productive one for the U.S. Congress, producing welfare reform, several tax bills, a balanced budget agreement, significant telecommunications legislation, and many other laws.
Jack Jacobson

Jack Jacobson,

Washington, D.C.

C. Michael Gilliland

C. Michael Gilliland,

Washington, D.C.

James M. Wickett

James M. Wickett,

Washington, D.C.

Kyle Simpson

Kyle Simpson,

Washington, D.C.

Michele C. Farquhar

Michele C. Farquhar,

Washington, D.C.

Robert D. Kyle

Robert D. Kyle,

Washington, D.C.

Trey Hanbury

Trey Hanbury,

Washington, D.C.

Aaron Cutler

Aaron Cutler,

Washington, D.C.

Jared A. Bomberg

Jared A. Bomberg,

Washington, D.C.

Mike House

Kate McAuliffe

Lance Bultena

Michael Bell

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