When does congress meet each year?
In the United States they meet almost every day and can meet everyday. Originally they were to guarantee one meeting a year, but never on the Sabbath (Sunday). Until the late 19th early 20th century Mass was held in the Government Office's in Washington each Sunday.
So much for the "story" of separation of Church and State
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Congress Meetings Congress has to meet at least twice in their two year term, at least once a year. Article I, Section IV of the Constitution states that Congress meets once a year in December; however, transportation technology has advanced so that they are able to meet more than one time per year if necessary. The 20th Amendment, Section II of the Constitution changes the meeting date to the 3rd of January, and allows the…