one way party leadership influences the legislative process is; if the speaker of the house (the leader) is a Democrat, then the views and decisions will be based on the views of democrats. for example if a bill was being passed about whether abortion should be illegal or legal and the party leader was Democratic, his/her views would want to make abortion legal because that is the view of democrats. but if he/she was a republican then they would vote for it to be illegal.
The party will push its own agenda, and the committees determine their own leadership which can be influenced by party representation.
The dynamic legislative process highlights the importance of conversation and debate among members of Congress, which is generally ignored in the textbook legislative process.
Congress is the legislative branch. Therefore a congressperson is part of the legislative process.
The party caucus system is an important influence because it selects the Committee members. The selected members head the committees in each chamber.
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Constitutionally speaking the US President plays no role in the legislative process other than what influence he may exert on certain legislation by virtue of being the leader of his political party. Only when a bill is passed by Congress an is sent to his desk for signature into law, does the President affect any law.
The president determines whether to sign or veto bills passed by Congress.
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The committee determines how to report the bill to Congress. -Apex
The members of Congress make laws. A law starts out as a bill and goes through the legislative process of becoming a law.
There are limits on the amount of money they can give to a candidate.
The President has the power to veto bills sent to him by the Congress. Congress, however, can override the President's veto with a 2/3 vote in each house of Congress.
C. It provides congress with the process to monitor the conduct of the president and members of the legislative branch.
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When Congress adjourns it means they are out of session and done with business. Congress session lasts for one year with there being two sessions. Any bill that has not gone through the entire legislative process before Congress adjourns is considered dead.
The process of redrawing legislative districts is redistricting. The process of deliberately redrawing the boundaries of legislative districts to effect outcome is referred to as gerrymandering.
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The Senate and the House of Representatives, collectively known as Congress, makes up much of the legislative branch of the U.S. government. These bodies are integral in the lawmaking process.
Most bills die in the "committee" portion of the legislative process.