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American Congressional Dictionary

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American Congressional Dictionary Synopsis

From Absence of a Quorum to Zone Whip, this handy desk reference volume aides librarians, students, and adults with more than 900 entries.''''For example: ''''Hopper - a box on the clerk's desk in the House into which members deposit proposed bills. ''''Absolute Majority - A vote requiring approval by a majority of all members of a house rather than a majority of members present and voting.'' ''Queen of the Hill Rule - A House rule allowing votes on a series of amendments to a bill but directs that the amendment with the most votes wins, even if others also received a majority.''''American Congressional Dictionary was written originally by Walter Kravitz, who was senior expert on Congress with the Congressional Research Service. Since his death, the volume has been updated by former CRS colleagues and now serves as the official definition guide for CRS experts.''''''

Book Information

ISBN: 9781568026114
Publication date: 1st January 2001
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Publisher: CQ Press an imprint of SAGE Publications Inc
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 288 pages
Categories: Constitution: government & the state, Reference works,

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