Exam #3 - 3rd Exam How a Bill Really Becomes a Law 20 House...

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3 rd Exam How a Bill Really Becomes a Law 20 House and 21 Senate committees Conference committees Fast, normal, and obstacle Party and committee leadership Adding amendment to another bill Ironing out differences Living Democracy pp. 255-257 House controls rules committee Approval, compromise, reject Yes, 2/3 vote in each house Chapter 4 Limit money contributions, reducing corruption, forcing candidates to follow law Committee tom implement and enforce election law Heavy reliance on soft money Democrats Enron scandal Shay and Meehan 2002 Persistence can change policy Chapter 5 Overwhelming pressure from constituents and that another attack might be imminent Lack of coordination between law enforcement agencies in combating terrorism More injuries and exposed systematic failure of multiple national defense systems Tom Ridge Bush signed a bill that would give the decision of federalizing baggage screeners to the president Congress demanded Ridge to testify and inform about homeland security Several weeks after the 1 year anniversary of September 11, 2001 Policy Leadership Small number of critical requirements; outline
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