To fix Congress

The Senate represents states, not people — that’s the problem. The Senate is bad and always has been bad (and more). The case for abolishing the Senate: The upper chamber has become far more undemocratic than the Constitution’s framers could ever have imagined — what would American government look like without it? The House of Representatives is not representative: Why the midterm results should concern you regardless of which party you support. Good government groups urge “systematic reform” of House rules. To fix Congress, make it bigger — much bigger.

From the Congressional Research Service, a report on Federalism-Based Limitations on Congressional Power: An Overview. How Congress stopped working: Today’s legislative branch, far from the model envisioned by the founders, is dominated by party leaders and functions as a junior partner to the executive.