Mike Lee's Plan To Fix Congress

After years of frustration and months of feverish work, the Republican Party has finally won back the U.S. Senate, and with it, undivided control of Congress. But no sooner had Tuesday night’s balloon drops hit the floor than Republicans around the country—and especially in certain offices in Washington, DC—faced that timeless question of election-night winners: Now what?

This is never an easy question to answer, given the requisite balancing act between expectations and realities, politics, and substance. And answering it could be especially difficult for the leaders of the new Republican Congress, for two additional reasons.

Mike Lee’s Plan To Fix Congress.