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The House of Representatives has resolved to allow members of Congress to vote by proxy. Some members of the House, led by Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the measure, citing the lack of historical precedent for a measure allowing Representatives to vote from beyond the House.
To discuss the case, and the broader question of how Congress does its constitutional work in times of crisis, we bring you a special two-part episode. Part One features Chuck Cooper and Joel Alicea, two of the lead lawyers arguing against the resolution’s constitutionality. In Part Two we welcome several experts on congressional procedure and precedent: Kevin Kosar, Michael Stern, and James Wallner.
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