This has always confused me in American government. What is the difference between the House, the Senate, and Congress?

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Rooster Cogburn , Rooster Cogburn, answered

Maybe this will help you out !

Congress is split into two chambers—the House of Representatives and Senate. Congress writes national legislation by dividing work into separate committees which specialize in different areas. Some members of Congress are elected by their peers to be officers of these committees.

The House and the Senate: Differences in Responsibilities and ...


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Otis Campbell answered

You have congress made up of congressional leaders in each state . Each state has two senators. Congess is based on population in your state and area

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