Congress could elect a bipartisan non-member Speaker to break the partisan stalemate

Professor Zug has written a timely article concerning the leadership change in the US House of Representatives and how to break the partisan stalemate that dominates the way the House operates.  He writes, "One of the most curious provisions of the Constitution is that the Speaker of the House is not formally required to be a sitting member of that chamber.


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