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Debunking the myth of legislative gridlock as laws and policy are made in the nation's capital

By Jeb Barnes, Professor of Political Science, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences
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The idea that Washington, D.C., is paralyzed by gridlock rests on half-truths about the legislative process and a basic misunderstanding of how contemporary policymaking works.

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