Congress Approval Rating At All-Time Low
Submitted by William
Congress is on pace, according to USA Today, “to make history with the least productive legislative year in the post World War II era.”
Of the 3,914 bills that have been introduced in Congress so far this year, just 61 have become law — less than 2 percent.
Last year, after Republicans took control of the House, Congress passed just 90 bills. Only one other time in history, in 1995, has Congress failed to pass at least 125 new laws.