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Hot Topic | October 30th, 2020

It’s week 8 of the 2020-2021 NFL season, which means it’s that time of year when all your friends can talk about is their fantasy football team. If you’re more of a policy wonk than a gridiron guru, don’t worry because Policy News has you covered. This fall, you can enthrall your friends with updates from your Fantasy Congress league. Combining the competitive thrill of fantasy football with the politicking of the United States government, Fantasy Congress gives you and your friends the ability to create a league and draft members of Congress to your teams. Points are earned based upon what your legislators do each week. For example, earn 3 points when one of your legislators participates in a roll call vote or 0.5 points for each time a legislator is mentioned in a news article. The player in a league with the most points at the end of the season (a predefined number of weeks) wins!

Policy News is not affiliated with the creator of Fantasy Congress, but more importantly, takes no responsibility for any lost productivity you may experience at work from playing the game.

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