Congress has been largely a do-nothing branch of the federal government since passing the health care legislation (labeled “Obamacare”). Very little has been accomplished since the passage of that historic legislation. The failures to act on important issues such as immigration reform, gun control, sequestration and reform of the federal tax code top the list. Powerful special interests and their well-paid and highly influential lobbyists pretty well call the shots and run the show in Congress. Hopefully, that will change one of these days. But until members of Congress pass some strong campaign finance reform, which is so badly needed, getting that change is highly unlikely. Since it will take Congress acting for that to happen, therein lies the problem.
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