The congressional calendar should accommodate a bipartisan member retreat.

Experts argue that the more time Members spend together, the more likely they can develop a productive working relationship. Along those lines, making room in the congressional calendar for a bipartisan retreat will improve the institution’s ability to advance an agenda for the American people and improve civility. The Committee previously recommended establishment of a biennial bipartisan retreat for Members and their families at the start of each Congress.

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