A congressional session is the annual series of meetings conducted by Congress in Washington D.C. The constitution requires Congress to meet at least once every year, although each Congress typically holds two sessions. ... More »

Beginning and end dates of each session of the U.S. Congress dating back to its conception are available at Senate.gov. For each numbered Congress, there are two sessions spanning the time between elections for U.S. repr... More »

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A good place to locate a congressional district as of 2015 is the United States House of Representative website. This is a government operated site. More »

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Beginning and end dates of each session of the U.S. Congress dating back to its conception are available at Senate.gov. For each numbered Congress, there are two sessions spanning the time between elections for U.S. repr... More »

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At noon on January 3 of each odd-numbered year following a general election, the first session of a new Congress commences. Congress may authorize a different day by law if it chooses to do so. More »

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Writing a letter and calling a U.S. House of Representative member's office in Washington D.C. or home district are both viable ways to contact the congressperson. Because most congressional members receive a great deal ... More »

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Formal congressional sessions occur twice in any two-year inter-convening period; there is one session per year. During this time, Congress is obligated to conduct all of its legislative, judicial and executive duties, a... More »

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