The Obama administration has dispatched the U.S. military to address Ebola on the ground in West Africa, and has called for screening at several major airports in the United States.

But with an election less than a month away — and legislative productivity at its lowest point in decades — what can Congress do?

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  • CQ News: Overview of key players
  • CRS Report: The 2014 Ebola Outbreak: International and U.S. Response
  • CQ Hot Docs: Enhanced Ebola Screening to Start at Five U.S. Airports
  • CQ Hot Docs: “Dear Colleague” Letters

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