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Sidelined by Coronavirus, Congressional Leaders Face Pressure to Vote Remotely

NYTimes.com Tuesday, 14 April 2020
Rank-and-file lawmakers, scholars and good government groups say it is time for Congress to allow remote voting and virtual legislating.
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