Indivisible on Offense: A Practical Guide to the New, Democratic House
Check out our guide on how to use the new tools of the majority to usher in the post-Trump era. Now that House Democrats can determine which bills get votes, there are two big opportunities to go on legislative offense in 2019 and 2020: messaging bills and must-pass bills. House Democrats can now also hold Trump’s entire administration accountable through oversight and investigations (subpoena power, investigatory power, congressional-hearings power and more!).
This work is a sequel of Indivisible: A Practical Guide for Resisting the Trump Agenda.
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