The special legislative days are: Wednesday calendar (every Wednesday), District of Columbia (second and fourth Mondays), rule suspension (every Monday and Tuesday), and correction schedules (first and third Mondays). Private calendar operations, if any, will be considered on the first and third Tuesdays of each month and applications will be unloaded on the second and fourth Mondays. At the time of its creation, the Constitution did not explicitly give citizens an inherent right to vote.  However, in establishing that those who qualify to be elected to the largest legislative chamber in a state can participate in legislative elections (House of Representatives), the Framers expressed a fairly explicit intention that the House be elected by direct universal suffrage.
Agreement To Establish A 2-House National Legislature