Washington has changed overnight. Yesterday the Senate followed the House of Representatives’ flight from the city. On vacation? Certainly not. According to the official House schedule, its members are on their “summer district work period”, a time off from legislating that the Senate calls its “state work period”. Translation: members of both Houses will take some time off, and hear from constituents. With Congress’s approval rating at about 24%, members should get an earful. More on that in a moment.
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