UNITED STATES SENATE
The United States Senate, originally formed in 1789, is one chamber of The United States Congress where the senators, along with members of the House of Representatives, suggest, author, and vote on federal laws that touch upon all aspects of U.S. national and foreign policy. According to Article I of the United States Constitution, every state of the federal government is represented by two delegates that are elected by popular vote, serving for six years.
As for the functions of the US Senate, it can take part in and complete very serious tasks such as impeachment of a government official including the President, ratification and acceptation of treaties made by the executive branch, conduction of investigations and more.
This committee is suitable for experienced delegates.