Last updated on: 2/4/2009 | Author: ProCon.org

Congressional Quarterly Biography

Position:
None Found to the question "Should Felons Who Have Completed Their Sentence (Incarceration, Probation, and Parole) Be Allowed to Vote?"
Reasoning:

No position found as of 2006

Description:

“Congressional Quarterly Inc. has been the nation’s leader in political journalism since 1945. Over that time the company has built a peerless reputation for objective, non-partisan and authoritative reporting on Congress and politics, and today stands on the leading edge of information companies publishing in both print and online platforms.

CQ has the largest news team covering Capitol Hill. More than 125 reporters, editors and researchers keep subscribers informed on weekly, daily and real-time news cycles. Its publications include the CQ Weekly newsmagazine; CQ Today, the legislative news-daily; and a number of specialty e-newsletters, such as CQ Homeland Security and the CQ Midday Update. It’s award-winning legislative tracking service, CQ.com, is built on a state-of-the-art database platform with more than two dozen databases of in-depth information on Congress and government.

CQ is primarily a subscription-based publisher whose clients include 95 percent of the members of Congress, top academic and media outlets, and leaders in business, nonprofit organizations, government affairs and the executive branch. At the same time, the nation’s leading corporations, trade associations and advocacy organizations are regular advertisers in CQ publications. “

“About CQ,” www.cq.com (accessed Nov. 26, 2007)

Mission:

“[To provide] non-partisan and authoritative reporting on Congress and politics.”

“About CQ,” www.cq.com (accessed Nov. 26, 2007)

Other:
None found
Quoted in:
  1. Other Than Felons, Who Else Can Be Prevented from Voting?