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Do we really miss it? A modern-day invention that many of us now criticize is the annual “State of the Union” Address (SOTU) before a Joint Session of Congress. It is often erroneously referred to as an “annual” Constitutional requirement. The Constitution does require the President to provide information to Congress on the SOTU “from time to time.” Woodrow Wilson was […]
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