Congressional Procedure, Additional Resources, Chapter 3

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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 3. Committees

A. Introduction
B. Committees and Subcommittees
C. Committee Chairs
D. Hearings in Committees
E. Markups
F. Amendment Procedure
G. Reporting Legislation to the Floor
H. Committee Reports

 
 

Chapter 3. Committees
3. A. Introduction

 


Congressional Committees: Crash Course Government and Politics #7

 

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3. B. Committees and Subcommittees

 


Committee Consideration

 

 


The House Rules Committee

 

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3. C. Committee Chairs

 


Congressional Leadership: Crash Course Government and Politics

 

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3. D. Hearings in Committees

 


House Judiciary Committee — Oversight Hearing w/ Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein

 

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3. E. Markups

 


Markup of Bill to Improve Seniors’ Access to Medicare

 

 


Markup of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

 

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3. F. Amendment Procedure

 


Full Committee Markup: FY 2018 Defense & Legislative Branch Appropriations Bill

 

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3. G. Reporting Legislation to the Floor

 


Discharge petition announced on Denham queen-of-the-hill rule

 

 


Congress.gov: Calendars and Scheduling

 

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3. H. Committee Reports

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Congressional Procedure






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