May 1935


Volume 19, Issue 2


* The draft of a proposed law submitted to Congress for enactment is called a bill. The usual form of introduction of a bill is by a member of either the Senate or House of Representatives laying it on the clerk's table. Such bills are either drafted by the Congressman himself, or he adopts a draft furnished him by someone. Sometimes bills are drafted by a committee, as when communications addressed to either house by an executive department or other source are referred to committees to originate the necessary bill.

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