The 117th Congress has enacted more than 200 laws, at least 150 of which are significant. The problems tackled vary widely. One bill aimed to help get more baby formula to market. Another law delivered aid to Ukraine to help its people repel the Russian invaders. Another new policy would increase the government benefits provided to disabled veterans and the families of deceased service members, and another act expanded access to mental health services. Still, others aim to upgrade the country’s infrastructure, improve public-private coordination to contend with cybersecurity threats and ban radio frequency devices that imperil national security. This is to say nothing of thousands of constituents legislators and their staffs have assisted directly, nor the myriad nominations the Senate has handled, and the four treaties it approved.