Congressional Committees and Party Leadership:
Who Controls the Congressional Agenda
Who really controls the agenda on Capitol Hill? The committee system
historically has been responsible for crafting legislative proposals
and shepherding legislation through the process. Yet, party
leadership has taken a more prominent role in setting the
legislative agenda. What does this mean for your organization?
Learn about the structure of the committee system and how it
How committee rosters are determined and chairs selected
The role of party leadership in Congress
Party leadership versus committees: who controls the agenda
Recorded 2005 ISBN 10: 1-58733-031-8
Total run time: 89 minutes 0318
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