A Bill Becomes a Law
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Unit 13
Legislative Lingo
Strategies and Power Plays
Exceptions to the Rule
Stats, Quirks, and Examples
The Legislative Junkie

Stats, Quirks, and Examples

Unit 13


Attempts to Override Vetoes

SOURCE: Harold Stanley and Richard Niemi ,Vital Statstics on American Politics ,2003-2004 (Washington, D.C.: Congressional Quarterly Press), p. 260.


Unit Introduction









Home Unit 1: Introduction Unit 2: From Problems to Solutions Unit 3: Origin of Bills Unit 4: Bill Drafting and Floor Introduction Unit 5: Referral to Committee Unit 6: Subcommittee Review Unit 7: Mark-up and Subcommittee Voting Unit 8: Committee Action Unit 9: Scheduling Floor Consideration Unit 10: Floor Debate Unit 11: Floor Votes Unit 12: Ironing Out Differences Unit 13: Presidential Action and Congressional Reaction Unit 14: The Legislative Processes