22) - Michael Chambers Government 303a 4/22/08 Party in...

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Michael Chambers Government 303a 4/22/08 Party in Government Maisel Chpt 11. Conference committee- An ad hoc committee comprised of senators and representatives called together to resolve differences between Senate and House versions of the same bill. - Parties not mentioned in constitution however they are certainly constrained by the governmental structure established by it. - Federalism ensures that ideological, social, and economic differences are built into the two-party system. - Filibuster- Exercising the right to unlimited debate in the Senate, used literally “to talk a bill to death” - Senatorial holdings- The practice through which a United States Senator keeps a nomination from coming to a vote by asking for it to be held up until he or she is ready to vote. - Parties are the most important element in organizing the government of the United States, but they don’t control legislative outcomes. -
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course GOVERNMENT 303a taught by Professor Exoo during the Spring '08 term at St Lawrence University .

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