Understanding the Path of Legislation
A Primer on How a Bill Becomes a Law
This audio course provides an introduction to how a bill becomes a
law. The following topics are addressed:
Introduction and referral of legislation
Committee action, types of hearings, committee markup, and
Scheduling, rules committee, the amendment process, and
Conference Committees and reconciling differences between
Final passage and presidential passage
Recorded 2005 ISBN 10: 1-58733-030-X
Total run time: 89 minutes 030X
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