Conference Committees (in Congress): How Congressional Work Gets Done: Arranging for the Conference, Restrictions on the Authority of Conferees, and House and Senate Floor Consideration of Conference Reports Unknown Author 259

ISBN: 9781587330216

Published: 2005

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Conference Committees (in Congress): How Congressional Work Gets Done: Arranging for the Conference, Restrictions on the Authority of Conferees, and House and Senate Floor Consideration of Conference Reports  by  Unknown Author 259

Conference Committees (in Congress): How Congressional Work Gets Done: Arranging for the Conference, Restrictions on the Authority of Conferees, and House and Senate Floor Consideration of Conference Reports by Unknown Author 259
2005 | Audio CD | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | | ISBN: 9781587330216 | 4.38 Mb

This audio course covers the role and the dynamics of the conference committee in the legislative process. Learn how differences between the House and Senate are resolved through amendments between the chambers and the advantages of using this process. Topics include: ~ ~ How conference committees have changed as Congress has changed (growth of subcommittee power, the rise of omnibus bills, and the use of multiple referrals).

~ ~ Pre-conference maneuvering in the House and Senate and the key factors that determine whether a bill goes to conference. ~ ~ How the House and Senate procedures for going to conference differ. ~ ~ Learn the negotiating strategies used by the conferees during the bargaining process and how institutional differences impact the bargaining process.

Capitol Learning Audio course on CD from TheCapitol Net, exclusive provider of Congressional Quarterly Executive Conferences. Includes course materials.



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