07 Jan 2003 - 25 Jan 2021
The Newspaper of Capitol Hill Since 1955
Roll Call Inc. is widely considered the leading source for Congressional news and information inside the Beltway and beyond. Since 1955, Roll Call, an Economist Group publication, has been the newspaper of Capitol Hill, giving Members of Congress a platform to communicate with one another across the aisle and between the chambers.
With solid reporting, influential editorials and columnists and in-depth analysis of the people, politics and process of Capitol Hill, Roll Call publishes the news you need to know four days a week when Congress is in session — plus daily updates on our Web site.
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. Deadline for internships is Nov. 15 for the winter/spring semester, April 1 for summer and July 31 for fall.
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