Office of the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Internship Profile
As the presiding officer, the Speaker of the House of Representatives holds a central role in Congress. When each new Congress convenes after an election, a Speaker is elected to supervise the House’s proceedings. The Speaker recognizes members to speak and make motions, presides over most non-legislative House business, and leads the majority party conference (including defending that party’s agenda).
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