When referring to Congress do I refer to it as a single body or a collective? For example, is it
Congress is stupid.
Congress are stupid.
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In American English, Congress is a collective noun. So, you have the Congress, the Senate, the United States of America. For your particular sentence, you would write:
Depending on where the OP is from, there are different uses in British English (thank you @FumbleFingers)
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