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The contemporary legislative...
The contemporary legislative process is illustrated with real-life examples through a series of case studies on national service legislation, regulatory overhaul, the omnibus drug bill, Clinton's economic program, and the Republican budget process. Anyone interested in how Congress really works will find this book a valuable resource.
|Ch. 1||Clean Air: An Introduction to How the Legislative Process Has Changed||1|
|Ch. 2||Multiple Paths: The Legislative Process in the House of Representatives||9|
|Ch. 3||Routes and Obstacles: The Legislative Process in the Senate||32|
|Ch. 4||Getting One Bill: Reconciling House-Senate Differences||51|
|Ch. 5||Omnibus Legislation, the Budget Process, and Summits||63|
|Ch. 6||Why and How the Legislative Process Changed||75|
|Ch. 7||National Service Legislation: (Mildly) Unorthodox Lawmaking||101|
|Ch. 8||Regulatory Overhaul: The Pitfalls of Unorthodox Lawmaking||113|
|Ch. 9||The Omnibus Drug Bill: A "Designer" Legislative Process||134|
|Ch. 10||The Budget Process as an Instrument for Policy Change: Clinton's Economic Program||151|
|Ch. 11||The Republican Revolution and the Budget Process||175|
|Ch. 12||The Consequences of Unorthodox Lawmaking||217|