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The Resource Unorthodox lawmaking : new legislative processes in the U.S. Congress, Barbara Sinclair

Unorthodox lawmaking : new legislative processes in the U.S. Congress, Barbara Sinclair

Label
Unorthodox lawmaking : new legislative processes in the U.S. Congress
Title
Unorthodox lawmaking
Title remainder
new legislative processes in the U.S. Congress
Statement of responsibility
Barbara Sinclair
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1940-
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Sinclair, Barbara
Index
index present
LC call number
KF4945
LC item number
.S58 1997
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Legislation
  • United States
Label
Unorthodox lawmaking : new legislative processes in the U.S. Congress, Barbara Sinclair
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 235-242) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1. Clean air: an introduction to how the legislative process has changed -- 2. Multiple paths: the legislative process in the House of Representatives : Bill introduction ; Bill referral ; Postcommittee adjustments ; Special rules ; On the floor ; Unorthodox lawmaking in the House -- 3. Routes and obstacles: the legislative process in the Senate : Bill introduction ; Bill referral ; Postcommittee adjustments ; Scheduling legislation for the floor ; The Senate floor ; Unorthodox lawmaking in the Senate -- 4. Getting one bill: reconciling House-Senate differences : Nonconference reconciliation procedures ; Conference committees ; The final step ; Reconciling differences: how much change? -- 5. Omnibus legislation, the budget process, and summits : Omnibus legislation and the budget process ; Congress, the President, and summitry ; What is the regular process? -- 6. Why and how the legislative process changed : From decentralization to individualism in the Senate ; Reform and its legacy in the House ; Budget reform ; A hostile political climate as a force for innovation: the 1980s and early 1990s ; How internal reform and a hostile climate spawned unorthodox lawmaking ; The evolution of unorthodox lawmaking: a summary ; Unorthodox lawmaking in the 104th Congress -- 7. National service legislation: (mildly) unorthodox lawmaking : Why national service? Origins and prospects ; Committee action ; The special rule and House floor action ; Senate floor action ; The final steps ; The legislative process on national service legislation: a little bit unorthodox -- 8. Regulatory overhaul: the pitfalls of unorthodox lawmaking : Referral and committee action in the House ; Postcommittee adjustments in the House ; House floor action ; Senate committee action ; Postcommittee negotiations in the Senate ; Senate floor action ; Regulatory overhaul dies ; The hazards of unorthodox lawmaking -- 9. The omnibus drug bill: a "designer" legislative process : Putting together the House bill ; Designing the rule ; House floor action ; Putting together the Senate bill ; Getting the bill to the Senate floor ; Reconciling House-Senate differences: the initial phase ; Resolving the tough ones: the "Supreme Court" decides ; Unorthodox lawmaking in the House and Senate: lessons from three cases -- 10. The budget process as an instrument for policy change: Clinton's economic program : Budget policy making and politics: the context in 1993 ; Committing to the Clinton plan: crafting and passing the budget resolution ; Delivering on promised policy change: reconciliation ; Unified government, procedural control, and policy success -- 11. The Republican revolution and the budget process : Fulfilling the contract: welfare reform and tax cuts ; Committing to a balanced budget: the budget resolution ; Shooting with real bullets: reconcilation ; Summitry: struggling to reconcile irreconcilable differences ; The budget process and "revolutionary" policy change: possibilities and limits -- 12. The consequences of unorthodox lawmaking : Lawmaking in the contemporary Congress ; Unorthodox lawmaking and legislative outcomes ; Other costs and benefits ; Assessing unorthodox lawmaking
Control code
36252521
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiv, 257 pages
Isbn
9781568022772
Isbn Type
(cloth)
Lccn
96054276
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Label
Unorthodox lawmaking : new legislative processes in the U.S. Congress, Barbara Sinclair
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 235-242) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1. Clean air: an introduction to how the legislative process has changed -- 2. Multiple paths: the legislative process in the House of Representatives : Bill introduction ; Bill referral ; Postcommittee adjustments ; Special rules ; On the floor ; Unorthodox lawmaking in the House -- 3. Routes and obstacles: the legislative process in the Senate : Bill introduction ; Bill referral ; Postcommittee adjustments ; Scheduling legislation for the floor ; The Senate floor ; Unorthodox lawmaking in the Senate -- 4. Getting one bill: reconciling House-Senate differences : Nonconference reconciliation procedures ; Conference committees ; The final step ; Reconciling differences: how much change? -- 5. Omnibus legislation, the budget process, and summits : Omnibus legislation and the budget process ; Congress, the President, and summitry ; What is the regular process? -- 6. Why and how the legislative process changed : From decentralization to individualism in the Senate ; Reform and its legacy in the House ; Budget reform ; A hostile political climate as a force for innovation: the 1980s and early 1990s ; How internal reform and a hostile climate spawned unorthodox lawmaking ; The evolution of unorthodox lawmaking: a summary ; Unorthodox lawmaking in the 104th Congress -- 7. National service legislation: (mildly) unorthodox lawmaking : Why national service? Origins and prospects ; Committee action ; The special rule and House floor action ; Senate floor action ; The final steps ; The legislative process on national service legislation: a little bit unorthodox -- 8. Regulatory overhaul: the pitfalls of unorthodox lawmaking : Referral and committee action in the House ; Postcommittee adjustments in the House ; House floor action ; Senate committee action ; Postcommittee negotiations in the Senate ; Senate floor action ; Regulatory overhaul dies ; The hazards of unorthodox lawmaking -- 9. The omnibus drug bill: a "designer" legislative process : Putting together the House bill ; Designing the rule ; House floor action ; Putting together the Senate bill ; Getting the bill to the Senate floor ; Reconciling House-Senate differences: the initial phase ; Resolving the tough ones: the "Supreme Court" decides ; Unorthodox lawmaking in the House and Senate: lessons from three cases -- 10. The budget process as an instrument for policy change: Clinton's economic program : Budget policy making and politics: the context in 1993 ; Committing to the Clinton plan: crafting and passing the budget resolution ; Delivering on promised policy change: reconciliation ; Unified government, procedural control, and policy success -- 11. The Republican revolution and the budget process : Fulfilling the contract: welfare reform and tax cuts ; Committing to a balanced budget: the budget resolution ; Shooting with real bullets: reconcilation ; Summitry: struggling to reconcile irreconcilable differences ; The budget process and "revolutionary" policy change: possibilities and limits -- 12. The consequences of unorthodox lawmaking : Lawmaking in the contemporary Congress ; Unorthodox lawmaking and legislative outcomes ; Other costs and benefits ; Assessing unorthodox lawmaking
Control code
36252521
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiv, 257 pages
Isbn
9781568022772
Isbn Type
(cloth)
Lccn
96054276
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n

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