February 2007
PN;Feb2007, Vol. 61 Issue 2, p16
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The article discusses the future of the U.S. Congress after the November elections where it shows a big change in the U.S. political arena. The U.S. House of Representatives was previously dominated by the Republicans but now being controlled by the Democrats while the equal Senate is now being ruled by the Democrats. Nancy Pelosi will be the speaker of the House while Steny Hoyer will be the Majority leader. The Democrats' agendas stress on social issues including healthcare and minimum wage.


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