Reports Tamara Keith on NPR:
Members of Congress are often criticized for what they do — or rather, what they don’t do.
But what about what they say and, more specifically, how they say it? It turns out that the sophistication of congressional speech-making is on the decline, according to the open government group the Sunlight Foundation. Since 2005, the average grade level at which members of Congress speak has fallen by almost a full grade.
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