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Amending the Constituition

The Congress has the power to conduct investigations for the purpose of making laws, reviewing the effectiveness of current laws, or seeing whether programs are being administered in the way in which Congress intended.



The Congress has a number of committees who spend time investigating. When Congress has been controlled by a party different from that of the President, Congressional committee's tend to spend an inordinate amount of time investigating the President.