As few people are aware, whenever a bill is described as X hundred pages, it is really somewhere between a 4th and half that long if the pages were such as you normally read in books. Here is a typical "page" in a congressional bill. Note there are 24 lines - half what's typical in most books, and not many words per line at that:
|This accurately illustrates the total number of words on a page. The pages have wide margins and double-spacing to facilitate writing marginal comments. Only the first few pages (the table of contents) are an exception.
Here is link to a more naturally formatted version of S 744.
If you print it you will get about 530 pages -- still with a lot of space since it consists mostly of very short sections.
I think the answer is yes, because they have to spend more time raising money than they spend doing their jobs as congressmen! This is especially true of Mr. Boehner's house, as they must stand for reelection every two years!!