Congressional Cuts — Part 2 of 3: Reduced Hours
Being a Congressperson is supposed to be a part-time job, so let’s force it back to being one!
Having a part-time legislature is very common in the United States and is what the founders envisioned for Congress.
Limiting the days, hours per day, and times that Congress can meet will force our representatives to be efficient.
Part-time legislatures have exponentially less costs than full-time ones because the latter feel they must always justify their existence.