Congressional Procedure, Additional Resources, Chapters 8 and 9

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Congressional Procedure
Congressional Procedure
A Practical Guide to the Legislative Process in the U.S. Congress: The House of Representatives and Senate Explained
By Richard A. Arenberg

 
 

Additional Resources

 

Pocket Constitution

 

Chapter 8 – Additional Congressional Responsibilities and Procedures

A. Introduction
B. Nominations
C. Recess Appointments
D. Treaties
E. Congressional Oversight
F. Investigations
G. Impeachment and Trials
H. 25th Amendment
I. Legislative Veto
J. Recess and Adjournment
K. Senate Morning Business
L. House Special Orders
M. Appeals of Rulings of the Chair
N. Expelling a Member or Denying a Seat to a Member-Elect
O. Presidential Election
P. Presidential Succession
Q. The Courts
R. Amending the Constitution

 

Chapter 9 – Conclusion

 
 

Chapter 8. Additional Congressional Responsibilities and Procedures
8. A. Introduction

 


Congress.gov: Executive Business in the Senate

 

 
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8. B. Nominations

 


Presidential Appointments

 

 


Senate check on presidential appointments

 

 
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8. C. Recess Appointments

 


Obama loses recess appointments case

 

 
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8. D. Treaties

 


Defense Trade Cooperation Treaties

 

 
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8. E. Congressional Oversight

 


Checking the Executive: The Importance of Congressional Oversight

 

 


Congressional oversight of executive bureaucracy

 

 
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8. F. Investigations

 
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8. G. Impeachment and Trials

 


Impeachment

 

 


Federal Judge Removed From Bench

 

 
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8. H. 25th Amendment

 


The 25th Amendment Explained: American Government Review

 

 


David Hawkings’ Whiteboard: What’s the 25th Amendment?

 

 
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8. I. Legislative Veto

 


The Legislative Veto

 

 
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8. J. Recess and Adjournment

 


What Does Congress Do On Recess? | Ron’s Office Hours | NPR

 

 


David Hawkings’ Whiteboard: Is August Recess Work or Play?

 

 
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8. K. Senate Morning Business

 


Sen. Mitch McConnell. Senate meets for morning business. Dec 20, 2017.

 

 
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8. L. House Special Orders

 
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8. M. Appeals of Rulings of the Chair

 
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8. N. Expelling a Member or Denying a Seat to a Member-Elect

 


House Votes to Censure Rangel

 

 


Adam Clayton Powell vs. Congress

 

 
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8. O. Presidential Election

 


Electoral college | American civics | US History | Khan Academy

 

 
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8. P. Presidential Succession

 


Presidential Succession Explained: American Government Review

 

 
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8. Q. The Courts

 


Article III For Dummies: The Judiciary Explained

 

 
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8. R. Amending the Constitution

 


Article V for Dummies: The Amendment Procedure Explained

 

 
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9. Conclusion

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Congressional Procedure






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