ABSTRACT

Sources of Legislative Proposals: A Descriptive Introduction [Updated April 17, 2008]   [open pdf - 52KB]

"Ideas for legislation come from individual Members of Congress, congressional committees and subcommittees, informal groups of Members, the executive and judicial branches, state and local governments, foreign governments, constituents, advocacy and lobby groups, and the press." This document provides brief descriptions of groups that submit ideas for legislation.

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CRS Report for Congress, RS21169
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2008-04-17
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