No Work, No Pay Act Puts Congress in Same Position as Federal Employees

While nearly 800,000 federal employees go without pay this month during the government shutdown, some members of Congress are working to halt their own paychecks as a symbol of solidarity. The No Work, No Pay Act has been introduced in both chambers of Congress and would prohibit legislative branch representatives from collecting a paycheck while any branch of government is closed.

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House bill one seeks to overhaul ethics and corruption laws

The Democrats have started the 116th Congress by introducing House Resolution 1, or H.R. 1, which calls for sweeping anti-corruption reforms throughout the federal government. While Senate Republicans have already shot down the chance of the entire package becoming law anytime soon, individual aspects of the reform package are likely to be taken up as the term moves forward.

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