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The infobox of the US congress seems unusually wide. This size is not consistent with the infobox sizes of other government bodies on Wikipedia which are at 250px wide, this also includes other US government bodies such as state legislatures.
This is because under "Senate political groups", one of the parties is "Independent (caucusing with Democrats)". Because the text takes so much space, it widens the infobox. I tried putting a "break" command in the middle but some people mentioned it may look strange on some screen resolutions
I suggest we remove the nowrap command from the text so that the infobox is more consistent with that of others.