“A Better Congress” Author Joseph Gibson Interviewed by Doug McElvein and Debbie Monterrey on Total Information AM, on KMOX-AM, St. Louis, MO

“A Better Congress” Author Joseph Gibson Interviewed by Doug McElvein and Debbie A Better Congress: Change the Rules, Change the Results: A Modest Proposal - Citizen's Guide to Legislative ReformMonterrey on Total Information AM, on KMOX-AM, St. Louis, MO

Washington insider Joseph Gibson spoke with us about his new book “A Better Congress: Change the Rules, Change the Results”.

Listen to the audio here:
http://www.thecapitol.net/Publications/ABetterCongress.html

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“Makes a great gift for your representatives in Congress!”

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