During the average congressional session approximately how many bills are introduced?

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Answer 11,673 bills per session averaged over 53 years
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How many congressional districts are there?

duysd There are 435, one district for each member of Congress. It gives them something to do.

If the President wants to avoid media attention for signing a veto of a law drafted by Congress and the Congressional session ends the day after the bill is delivered to him what is used?

Answer . You're talking about a 'pocket veto'. To clarify: when a president vetos a bill, he refuses to sign it. He doesn't 'sign' a veto. He sends the unsigned bill back to congress with recommendations.

Approximately how many ovum does a woman produce during her postnatal lifetime?

A woman is born with more eggs than she needs, anywhere betwen 300,000 to 500,00. Inside the ovaries, the eggs are still "oocytes" and premature. Before adulthood, the oocytes are dormant. When a woman hits puberty and begins menstrating, her ovaries begin to mature. During ovulation each month, an oocyte will undergo another division of DNA and mature into an egg. The egg the released from the ovary during ovulation and may or may not be fertilized. For the average American woman, given the onset a woman's the first period is 11 and she hits menopause at about 53, most women will produce approximately 500 mature ovum in her lifetime. This is, of course, not counting pregnancies or instances where more than one ovum may be released during ovulation. Obviously, most of the oocytes in a female ovary will never reach maturity.

If the legislature is NOT in session the governor has how many days to act on a bill submitted to him?

If not in session, the governor has 20 calender days to take action. If he does not meet this deadline, the bill becomes law. If it is vetoed, it is dead until the next session.

Who can submit a bill for congressional consideration?

Answer . An idea for a bill can come from anywhere but the bill must be proposed by a member of congress.

Define Congressional Session?

A congressional session describes the period for which the Americanfederal legislature convenes. Furthermore they are also specialCongressional sessions, such as the emergency convening of thelegislature.

What is the relationship between congressional terms and sessions?

Sessions - the sitting together of a court, council, legislature, or the like, for conference or the transaction of business. . Congressional terms - a period of time to which limits have been set.

What do you do if your psychologist is aroused during a session?

Be very sure that your psychologist is aroused around you because if you falsely accuse him/her then you can ruin the person's career as well as have charges laid against you. If you are not sure then you have the freedom to seek out another psychologist. If you are female try to find a female psychologist and if male, then seek a male psychologist and you'll resolve the problem.

How many congressional districts are in Texas?

There are thirty six congressional districts in the state of Texas.Each congressional district has a population of approximately710000 people.

How many sessions does each Congressional term have?

There is one regular session during each year of a Congressionalterm. Each Congressional term is held for two years.

Approximately how many blacks served in the union army during the civil war?

The blacks who served in the Union Army were called the UnitedStates Colored troops, and paid less than white soldiers. Therewere approximately 180,000 black soldiers in the Union Army.

What is the average size of a congressional staff?

Well, to date, the size of congressional staff is approx. 24,000 Members in size. . Personal Staff - who work for individual Members of Congress--11,692 . Committee Staff - who work for either the majority or minority on congressional committees--2,492 . Leadership Staff - who work for the Speaker, Majority Leader, Minority Leader, Majority Whip or Minority Whip--274 . Institutional Staff - majority or minority party floor staff, and non-partisan staff: police, legislative clerks, building, janitorial--5034 . Support Agency non-partisan Staff - Congressional Research Service [747], Congressional Budget Office [232], and General Accounting Office [3,500].

How many bills have been introduced to congress?

About 10,000 bills per session have been introduced to congress in the past fifty years. There have been 111 Congressional sessions so far, about one every two years. Since the United States Constitution went in effect on March 4th, 1789, Congress's first full year of action was 1790. It has, therefore; been about 210 years since the first bill was introduced. Even considering that there were far less introduced bills in the 18th and 19th centuries, as well as the fact that laws concerning the passing of bills have changed, there have still been 100s of thousands of bills proposed since Congress started active duty. Visit aenews.webs.com for a great newspaper. -Abhishek Kylasa

How is a bill introduced?

Any member can introduce a bill by placing it in the hopper. The bill is then assigned a number as long as it is written in proper form.

How many congressional districs does PA have?

The state of Pennsylvania has 18 congressional districts. There are435 congressional district throughout the entire United States.California has the most.

How many congressional districts does Ohio have?

With an estimated population of 11.54 million, Ohio has 16congressional districts. There are 435 congressional districts inthe United States.

If a bill passes both the House and the Senate and goes to the President during the annual session of Congress but the President doesn't sign it what happens to the bill?

After a period of ten days (not including Sundays), the bill becomes law, unless the President vetoes it and returns it to Congress. If the President does not sign the bill within 10 days, it becomes law without his signature. If Congress is adjourned, and bill return is not possible, then the president may exercise a pocket veto, in which case his failure to sign the bill has the effect of killing the bill. In the modern era, the only time when these circumstances apply is at the end of a two year congress, because during recesses and breaks, Congress designates legal agents to receive veto messages and other communications. Pocket vetoes are controversial because some presidents have claimed the right to use a pocket veto even though bill return is possible. (see the related link)

If you visit the senate chamber during a session on an average day you are most likely to find the session presided over by whom?

Most business in the Senate is presided over by a president pro tempore (pro tem), who is elected by the senators.. I just took the test and the answer is " a president pro team"

Vetoing Congressional bills is an example of the president's?

Having the ability to veto a congressional bill is an example of a president's executive power. It is also a demonstration of the separation of powers as well as checks and balances.

Vetoing congressional bills is an example of the presidents?

Having the ability to veto a congressional bill is an example of a president's executive power. It is also a demonstration of the separation of powers as well as checks and balances.

What is the average length of online video session?

The average around 2006 was between 2-5 minutes, with less than 1 hour spent watching online view per month. It is likely this has increased since then, but not by any significant amount.

How many congressional districts does Kentucky have?

There are six congressional districts in Kentucky. Eachcongressional district is represented by a member of the UnitedStates House of Representatives.Ê

Vetoing congressional bills is an example of the presidents what?

Having the ability to veto a congressional bill is an example of a president's executive power. It is also a demonstration of the separation of powers as well as checks and balances.

Who introduces a bill?

In most parliaments the executive introduces legislation but some countries have time where private members can introduce bills for debate and voting. If you want an answer regarding a specific country's legislature please be specific in your questions.

When does a congressional session begin?

Each session of Congress begins on January 3 of each year. Thereare two sessions in each Congressional term. Each new sessionbegins in odd-numbered years.

What is the number of bills passed each congressional session?

I don't believe there is a specific number of bills passed each and every congressional session.

What session of congress was the bill of rights enacted?

December 15, 1791 was the date in which the Bill of Rights was ratified. -i hope i helped- ^_^

How are bills introduced?

In the House, any member may introduce a bill by dropping it into a box, called a hopper. In the Senate, a member may introduce a bill after being recognized by the presiding officer and announcing the bill's introduction. (Bills dealing with raising money must originate in the House of Representatives.) The bill is then given a prefix and a number. H.R. 33 would be House Resolution 33 and S.B. 44 would be Senate Bill 44. Once a bill is introduced, it goes to a committee for http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_are_bills_introduced_into_congress# . The committee in the Senate or the House basically do the same thing, that is they study the bill, hold hearings on the content of the bill, send it to a subcommittee if they feel it necessary for more study, and then vote on it and report it to the floor of the Senate or House where it is placed on the calendar for action. The House and Senate then debate the bill and vote on whether to pass or reject the bill. Most bills never get out of commitee. Once a bill is passed by either house, it has to be in the exact same language and set up. If a bill passes the Senate but it is not exactly as the one that passes the House, a conference committee is created to work out the final wording of the bill. It then goes back the each house where it is voted on again in its new form. The bill is then sent to the President. The President can sign the bill into law, veto it and return it to Congress with his objections to the bill, or do nothing. If he vetoes the bill, the Congress may override the veto by a two-thirds majority vote in both houses. It then becomes law without the approval of the President. The President has ten days to sign or veto the bill. If, after ten days, Congress is not in session, the bill does not become law. This is known as a pocket veto. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_are_bills_introduced_into_congress#ixzz1wfZXkiOE

Approximately how many Iraqi aircraft were shot down during Desert Storm you?

Approximately less than 30 were downed; the vast majority were destroyed on the ground; the survivors of the those "fled" into Iran.

At what level are Congressional bills amended?

Congressional bills may be amended until a final vote by the Congress that sends it to the President for his signature. If the President vetoes the legislation, Congress may amend it further, or vote to override the veto.

How many bills were introduced in the us congress in the last 2 years?

According to the text from American Government, Roots and reform, Texas Edition (2009), the 110th Congress was presented with 10,000 bills. Of that number, fewer than 5 percent were made into law. Chapter 7, secton heading Law making function of Congress, page 257, top paragraph

How many bills are introduced in congress during a term?

Hundreds of bills are introduced each year, and 99% of them go to committee to get "pigeonholed" and die.

What happens during a hypnotherapy session?

\n. A good therapist takes time to get to know the client - not only the reasons for considering hypnotherapy, but also attitudes, values, likes & dislikes, hopes, fears etc.. This enables the therapist to personalise the therapy, tailoring it to meet the client's needs. It is also essential to establish trust and rapport if effective therapy is to occur. Once the aims and parameters of the session have been agreed therapy can begin.\n. \n. The therapist will put the client in a trance by whatever induction method seems most appropriate, and the initial session will usually be used to assess the client's responsiveness, and evaluate what adjustments may be efficacious for further sessions.\n. \n. The most common methods used are likely to be guided visualization and progressive relaxation, or variations thereof. Unless a client has a high expectation that it will involve some elaborate "ritual" using pendulums, revolving spirals, instructions to "sleep!" etc, it is unlikely that such will be used: far more likely is a "conversational" approach using allusions, metaphors, and subtle suggestions.\n. \n. It is not unusual for a client to become hypnotised during the preliminary discussion, although s/he may not realise that this has happened. The client may become totally absorbed in what the therapist says, and enter a state of fascination in which they're already responding to suggestion without any conscious thought. If such occurs, the therapist knows that they have a client with whom it will be easy to work.\n. \n. What exactly happens once the client is in hypnosis depends very much on what the agreed purposes of the therapy are. If analytical, then gentle questions and guided discussion/ reflection will be used to tease out what the root cause of the client's issues or problems may be. If it's for some specific purpose (eg smoking cessation, phobias etc) then the focus will be on that matter, and ways and means of dealing with it. It might just be that the client wants to discuss with a sympathetic listener troubling issues (eg self-esteem, traumas etc) that are hard to discuss except when in a very "safe" and relaxed state of mind. Often, it will be a combination of all of these, and it is the role of the hypnotherapist to adjust to the client's needs as and when they emerge. \n. \n. Generally, it is not the norm for hypnotherapy to involve "commands", and any therapist trying to manipulate the client or engage in "mind control" is a bad, indeed unethical, practitioner. In short, hypnotherapy is more akin to a subtle form of highly personalised "coaching" in which the relaxation, focus, and heightened suggestibility of a hypnotised person are utilised to help her/ him better manage personal issues.

How many pitches should a softball pitcher do during practice sessions?

A pitcher should work up to the amount of pitches that they will usually throw if they are going to pitch the entire game. That is usually somewhere around 125 pitches. Better to be over prepared than under prepared.

How long is the average love making session?

normally from 2-4 hours.. . but you can make it last as long as you want.

What is the approximate average elevation of the US?

The average elevation throughout the United States varies greatlyfrom one location to another. For example, the average elevation ofCheaha Mountain in Alabama is 500 feet while the average elevationin Kings Peak Utah is over 6,100 feet.

Record of all congressional bills?

The record of all Congressional bills is in the CongressionalRegister. It is published daily by the General Accounting Office.

Average size of a Congressional district?

It changes after each census. Since 2000, in NY and NJ it has been approximately 650,000 people.

This action allows the president to kill a bill during the last 10 days Congress is in session by refusing to act on it?

Known as a "pocket veto"- since it is the equivalent of simplyputting the bill in his pocket, and doing nothing with it. If it isnot signed into law within 10 days, it fails to become a law.

Approximately how many non Jewish civilians were killed during the Holocaust?

The best academic figures for all victims of the Holocaust is roughly 11 Million. This figure includes all those killed between 1933-1945. They include all the camps, including the death camps, shootings, and different euthanasia policies of the Nazi regime. The best breakdown is as follows: -5.1 Million Jews (roughly 50% of them Polish Jews) -2.5 million Poles -200,000-1 million Sinti/Roma (Gypsies) -At least 200,000 disabled in the official Euthanasia campaigns of 1939-41 - 10,000 Homosexuals -At least 200,000 "Aryan" German prisoners -200,000 Occupied territory (Non-Jew and Non-Russian) The number on the Russian side that can be atributed to the Holocaust are very dificult to determine as both the Nazi's and the Soviets waged a war of annihilation in the East as civilians were not spared. The figure may be close to 7 million Russians killed by all the Axis during the war. I do not believe those are calculated in Holocaust figures though as the 800,000 German civilian deaths from Allied bombing and the overall 3.6 Million German civilian deaths are obviously not counted in either. Most of the deaths of the Holocaust were not in the gas chambers or camps but in shootings during various phases of military operations or occupied territories.

How many people approximately were killed during World War 2?

Over fifty million people were killed in WWII. There are also published figures of sixty one million fatalities. Some casualties were never located or identified or counted. There were more civilian casualties than military casualties or rather fatalities.

What is an average electricity bill during the summer in Houston?

For a 2600 home the average bill runs from 200 to 260 bucks per month

What does the president's state of the union address play an important part in each congressional session?

It tells the Congress how much grape juice they will drink in the upcoming term.

What is the approximate distance from albuquercue to billings?

1000 miles taking this route: . Take I-25 NORTH to I-90 WEST to SHERIDAN in WYOMING. . Take I-90 WEST to Billings. The halfway point is Ft. Collins (halfway between Denver and Cheyenne). I would suggest you stop here overnight. There will be TONS of hotels, restaurants, gas stations, etc.

How many Congressional representatives in WI?

Based on the 2010 Census, there are 8 members of the U.S. House ofRepresentatives from Wisconsin.

Approximately how many wheel chairs can you fit into the average cargo van?

You can fit around 3-4 wheelchairs in a cargo van. There is room for a wheelchair driver up front and lots of space in the back for at least 2 adult sized wheelchairs.

When did congressional sessions begin?

In 1933 Congressional session started commencing in January. Prior to that year, sessions usually began in the fall (December mostly) and usually adjourned by summer (March mostly).

How many congressional Medal of Honor received during the vietnam war?

•During the Vietnam War, 246 Medals of Honor were received, 154 of them posthumously(After Death). Army 160, followed by 57 to the Marines, 16 to the Navy and the remaining 13 to the Air Force.

Who controlled the south during congressional reconstruction?

The Presidential opposition and Southern States resistance to the Fourteenth Amendment and to Reconstruction so outraged the Congress that in March 1867 it passed a Reconstruction Act that imposed its desired version on the South by means of a diktat. Therefore all former Confederate States but one (Tennessee had been readmitted in 1866 to the Union), were grouped into five military districts, each ruled by a military governor in order to push forward the Reconstruction program according to the Congress wishes and check the progress done.

What was the Congressional Plan during Johnson's presidency?

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