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Unformatted text preview: Passing a bill= Draft – introduce to house – refer to committee (if referred to more than one, multiple referral) – hold hearing in subcommittee or full committee – mark-up – vote in committee – rules committee (open, restricted, closed) – final passage – if not identical, goes to floor of rules committee – congress comes to agreement – goes back to house and senate – up or down – both pass or not – then pres. May veto Multiple referrals Ad hoc, select and special (difference): select and special are synonymous (don’t need to know) Cut-throat competition – state welfare policies – lower income classes are expensive – state lowers welfare so lower-income will migrate – everyone lowers If all states refuse to cooperate, we have collective action problems feds will provide incentives for states to provide some sort of benefits… i.e. state must provide welfare to get XYZ ocean fisheries freeriding – collective action solutions – trying to get group to lobby congress – incentive...
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- Spring '07
- Separation of Powers, United States Congress, collective action