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18:29:58 In text citations – use page numbers, for both quotes and paraphrases Use quotes from the hearings – talking retrospectively about why it is an issue Use sub-headings Formulation and Adoption 1.) Formulation – how the proposal begins and who wants it to change a. Bill sponsors b. Kingdon i. Alternatives c. Looking for the bargains that take place between the parties d. 2.) Floor Debates are in the Congressional Record a. Look here for the formulation of the bills 3.) Adoption a. Committee mark up the bill i. Take the things they have heard and make changes in the bill b. Committee has to vote on it i. Moves to House Rules Committee ii. Put on the calendar iii. Decide terms of the debate 1. Usually 5 minutes per member or 2 hours for each side iv. Can have bills where no amendments are allowed c. Have to get majority votes d. Have debate on the floor e. Senate i. Rule of 60 – Cloture – end debate with 60 votes 1. Only way to stop filibuster 2. Purpose of the filibuster
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course POL 345 taught by Professor Candyyoung during the Spring '08 term at Truman State.

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