The McG Model Congress

Welcome to the McG Model Congress. Use the links to the left to navigate through the site. You will find links to individual member pages, committee sites, and current legislation under consideration by the committees.

Senate Majority Leader:
Senator Caroline Schell
Senate Majority Whip:
Senator Tina Nguyen
Senate Minority Leader:
Senator Emily Adams
Senate Minority Whip:
Senator Rachel Moss

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Senate Majority Leader Page
Senate Majority Whip Page
Senate Minority Leader Page
Senate Minority Whip Page

Locate a Senator here: The 2013 Senate

Locate Committee Assignments and Bills Here: 2012 Senate Committees | 2012 House Committees

View Senate Voting Records Here: 2013 Voting Records | 2011 Voting Records


Floor Schedule for the U.S.Senate


FRIDAY MARCH 2, 2012
The Senate will convene at 10:30 to consider the following bills:




MONDAY FEBRUARY 6, 2012
The Senate reconvened at 10:30 to conduct morning business.

Floor Schedule for the U.S. House of Representatives


MONDAY FEBRUARY 6, 2012
The House reconvened at 11:40 to conduct morning business.


WEDNESDAY MAY 18, 2011
The Senate reconvened at 11:45 today to consider the following bills:

TUESDAY MAY 17, 2011
The Senate reconvened at 8:05 today to consider the following bills:

MONDAY MAY 16, 2011
The Senate reconvened at 8:05 today to consider the following bills:
  • KOKOS Act (Senator Harris,D.): PASSED
  • Autism Gap Act (Senator Harris, P.): PASSED
  • COPS Act (Senator Wise): Postponed until Wednesday, May 18, 2011 at 11:35.

The Senate reconvened at 2:35 today to consider the following bills:



TUESDAY May 17, 2010
The Senate reconvened at 1:50 to consider the following bills:

TUESDAY May 17, 2010
The Senate will meet to consider the following bills.



Wednesday May 11, 2010
The Senate will convene at 2:30 and committees will mark-up current legislation.

Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Senate will convene at 8:00. The following bill will be under consideration.
- S. 1 Puppy Mill Prevention: vote scheduled for 8:25. Democrats and Republicans will have five minutes each for debate. TIE: VICE PRESIDENT VOTED YAY--PASSED
- S. 2 Everyone Must Look Beyond the Rainbow. vote scheduled for 8:45. Democrats and Republicans will each have 10 minutes for debate. PASSED
- S. 3 Return the Favor: voted scheduled for 8:55. Democrats and Republicans will have five minute each for debate.PASSED
- S. 4: Rights for All Women Act: vote scheduled for 2:50. Democrats and Republicans will each have 10 minutes for debate. DEFEATED DUE TO FILIBUSTER
- S. 5 Marriage for One Marriage for All (MOMA): vote scheduled for 3:00. Democrats and Republicans will each have 10 minutes for debate.
-S. 6 Empower Our Kids: vote scheduled for 3:10
- S. 7: Destination SAFE vote scheduled for 3:15
- S. 8 Growing Hope Act vote scheduled for 3:25


Thursday, April 23

The Senate will convene at 10:30. The following committees will meet to consider bills introduced during yesterdays session: The Committee on Constitutional Rights, the Committee on Homeland Security, the Committee on Health, Education, and Labor, the Committee on Science and Technology.





Friday March 6
The House is out of session today.

The Senate is out of session today due to a lack of a quorum. On MONDAY the Senate will consider:


Thursday March 6

The House will convene on at 8:05. Mr. Baker will address the group. Following Mr. Baker's address, the House will take up unfinished business from March 5. See the bills below for specific details.


The SENATE will convent at 9:15 and consider the following bills:
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Wednesday, March 5

The House will convene at 2:35. Order of Business: Floor Debate. The following bills are scheduled for debate. Click on each bill to review the legislation and the rules attached.

The SENATE convened at 10:30 and considered the following bill:





Tuesday March 4

The House will convene on March 4 at 9:15. Order of Business: Floor Debate. The following bills are scheduled for debate. Click on each bill to review the legislation and the rules attached by the committee. Click here to review the procedures for floor debate.




Floor Schedule for the Senate

The Senate will convene on March 4 at 1:45. Order of Business: Committee Meetings.

The Senate will convene on March 6 at 9:15 on




The Senate: Daily Digest
  • The Senate convened at 10:40 February 14, 2008 and began by discussing how to approach writing a bill. The senators then sat down and began to research their bill topics. We ended at 11:40.

  • The Senate convened at 9: 45 on February 15, 2008. The senators did research on their and ended at 10:05

  • The Senate convened at 2:35 on February 18, 2008. The senators did research on their bills and ended at 3:25.



The House of Representatives: Daily Digest

  • The House convened at 1:05 on February 20, 2008. Three members walked in late. The representatives did research on their bills and ended at 1:55.

  • The House convened at 10:30 on February 21, 2008. The House Committees were announced. The representatives did research on their bills and ended at 11:40.
  • The House convened at 9:15 on March 4, 2008. Members of the House debated and voted on two bills: “The Sexual Health and Freedom Act” and “Save Lives on the Home Front: Increase Port Security Act of 2008”. After much debate, “The Sexual Health and Freedom Act” was passed on to the senate with a vote of 10 to 6. “The Save Lives on the Home Front: Increase Port Security Act of 2008” was passed with a vote of 8 to 5. The House ended at 10:05.
  • The House convened at 1:55 on March 5, 2008. Members of the House debated and voted on three bills: “The Pathway to Opportunity Act”, “The Respect Civil Liberties Act”, and “The Chance for America’s Future Act”. “The Pathway to Opportunity Act” was passed unanimously 17 to 0; “The Respect Civil Liberties Act” was passed with a vote of 11 to 7. The House ended at 2:45 and did not have time to vote on “The Chance for America’s Future Act”.





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