Congressmen Ami Bera, David Cicilline, Rodney Davis and Adam Kinzinger talk problem solving.
MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD: Only eight votes separated Mitt Romney from runner-up Rick Santorum in the GOP Iowa caucuses last night. But Iowa isn't the only place where Americans can make their voices heard. Thousands have signed our Make Congress Work! petition already. Join them today.
IF CONGRESS WORKED: The uproar over President Obama's use of executive power to push Richard Cordray past the confirmation process could have been avoided. Under our Make Congress Work! action plan, the Senate would be required to hold an up-or-down vote to confirm nominees within 90 days of a presidential appointment. Instead, gridlock will continue: Ben Feller and Jim Kuhnhenn for The Huffington Post: Richard Cordray Nomination: Obama Using Recess Appointment Amid GOP Opposition
IF CONGRESS WORKED (PART 2): In April 2010, President Obama nominated Bill Boarman to head the Government Printing Office. Now, Boarman has left as the Senate still has not confirmed him. It shouldn't take years to vote on nominees -- just 90 days: Matt E. Stevens for politic365: New Year Brings Black Leadership for Government Printing Office