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107th United States Congress

Agenda: Open Agenda

The 107th United States Senate was the Senate body that served during the 107th United States Congress, which convened from January 3, 2001, to January 3, 2003. The Senate is one of the two chambers of the United States Congress and is responsible for passing legislation, confirming executive and judicial appointments, and providing oversight of the federal government. The 107th Senate was controlled by the Republican Party, with Trent Lott serving as Majority Leader and Tom Daschle as Minority Leader. The Senate faced many challenges during its tenure, including the September 11 terrorist attacks and subsequent response, as well as debates over tax cuts, education reform, and energy policy.

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