What I was working on at Roll Call last week:
For many in the Occupy movement, Wall Street was so last year.
Congress is the new target as Occupy activists try to channel the populist energy of “the 99 percent” into tangible results.
More than 30 Occupy groups and 10,000 Facebook users are backing Tuesday’s Occupy Congress rally outside the Capitol, and they represent a growing faction within the liberal movement that says the path to reining in Wall Street runs through Capitol Hill.
“Congress is the place that we should focus,” said Natalia Abrams, a California-based activist. “I don’t think we’re ever going to get Wall Street to control its greed, but maybe we can get Congress to control their greed for them.”
Read on here.