What part do committees play in making bills?
Congressional committees do the work of examining proposed bills
in all sorts of ways to determine how it should be written, whether
it suits the needs it is trying to take care of and investing and
collecting information on matters that are within the power of
Congress to make laws on. Once this preliminary work is done, the
committee will release it for a vote by the entire part of Congress
the committee is in and will make a recommendation whether or not
it should be passed.
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