Least Productive Year for Congress


by No Labels on Nov 26, 2013 | Views: 363 | Score: 7
Number of Bills Passed
1947395
1948511
1949440
1950481
1951255
1952339
1953288
1954492
1955390
1956638
1957316
1958620
1959383
1960417
1961401
1962484
1963258
1964408
1965349
1966461
1967391
1968391
1969190
1970505
1971224
1972383
1973245
1974404
1975205
1976383
1977223
1978411
1979187
1980426
1981145
1982328
1983215
1984408
1985240
1986424
1987241
1988473
1989240
1990410
1991243
1992347
1993210
1994255
199588
1996245
1997153
1998241
1999170
2000410
2001136
2002241
2003198
2004300
2005169
2006313
2007180
2008280
2009125
2010258
201190
201261
2013 (as of 11/26)52
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No Labels
No Labels on Nov 26, 2013 11:07 AM said:

As of the end of November, Congress has passed only 52 bills since January, making 2013 the third consecutive year under 100 bills passed. It’s not just partisanship to blame, but also infighting within the parties and dwindling numbers of moderates.

Anonymous
Anonymous on Feb 10, 2014 11:50 AM said:

That is a good thing! When they are passing bills they often do more damage than good. If they want to get productive - I would like to see them repeal some of the junk they put out while being "productive"!

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