If Contempt of Congress Can’t Be Enforced, Then Congress Isn’t a Co-equal Branch

If Contempt of Congress Can’t be Enforced, Then Congress Isn’t a Co-equal Branch
– The Washington Post

Federal regulatory and government practice leader Jack Quinn authored an article for The Washington Post on the importance of having a strong system of checks and balances in the government. In the article, Quinn discusses the impact that several recent congressional investigations have had on Congress’ power to investigate and compel witnesses to testify in response to those investigations.

Read the article here