Legislative Branch

Article One of the United States Constitution created and, to this day, governs the Legislative Branch. Some scholars have argued that Congress is mentioned first because the United States was founded on the principle of legislative supremacy in the interest of The People.

 While time has settled this question with the school book answer that the three branches of government are co-equal, there is a strong case to be made that Congress believes itself to be "more equal" than the others.

The experts of Flanagan Consulting LLC understand, and help our clients to fully appreciate and use to their advantage, that the 535 men and women who make law may well be right, civics texts notwithstanding. The power of the purse is supreme in Washington and the Constitution put that power solely in the hands of the Legislative Branch.

Led by a former Member of Congress, Flanagan Consulting LLC is expert in both the operations, calculations, motivations, and gyrations of the Legislative Branch and in counseling clients on how to put that often esoteric and counterintuitive knowledge to work for them.

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