The 111th Congress is the current seated congressional body of the United States. The United States Congress is the legislative body that crafts and puts forth bills to establish and assist the well-being of the American public. It is also the body that can make changes regarding the Constitution of the United states.
The 111th Congress came into office during the Bush administration and was the governing body that saw over the inauguration of President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden. This particular congressional body, known as the 111th congress will remain seated until January 2011, where the new congressional body will take over.
This area of United States Congress has presided over some very important bills and decisions in the current status of the United States. The 111th Congress was the body that crafted significant health care bills and pushed them forward to the President, ensuring changes in the health-care system, and who has access to the system itself.
The United States Congress was also the body that had the tough decision regarding the $26.1 billion bailout bill that would help aid the nation during the economic collapse of the United States, a collapse that was occurring around the world as well. After much discourse, the 111th Congress passed the bailout in order to aid the United States.
The United States Congress is the body sworn to uphold the Constitution, and make the appropriate changes in order to allow for the United States to grow and progress as it should, and to secure the rights of the citizens of the United States.