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CH-CH-CHANGES In Real Estate

CH-CH-CHANGES In Real Estate

CH-CH-CHANGES In Real Estate. Kevin Hall – February 20 th 2009. Overview. New Terms Practice Issues New Facts of Life- Practice, Principles and Legal Aspects Finance – Economics Just for Fun Predictions Things I need to learn more about. NEW TERMS. Broken Condo Jingle Mail

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Congressional Apportionment

Congressional Apportionment

Congressional Apportionment. Census and Reapportionment. The Constitution directs Congress to reapportion House seats and districts in year after census . The Reapportionment Act of 1929 set the permanent size of the House to 435.

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Congressional Process

Congressional Process

Congressional Process. Otherwise Known a s How a Bill Becomes a Law. Here is One Version. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEJL2Uuv-oQ. In The Beginning…. Somebody has an idea President Member of Congress A Bureaucrat Interest Group A Regular Joe “Percolates”

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Congressional Leaders

Congressional Leaders

Congressional Leaders. Congressional leadership is organized strictly by political party. So where do we start?. Majority Party Political party that holds the most seats in each house. As of 2010, this is the Republicans. Minority Party

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Congressional Committees

Congressional Committees

Congressional Committees. Chapter 5 Section 4. Section 4. Purposes of Committees. The committee system serves three important purposes:. It allows members of Congress to divide their work among many smaller groups.

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Congressional Powers

Congressional Powers

Congressional Powers. Where Congress gets their power. The Constitution specifically outlines what Congress can and cannot do. A Few things Congress CANNOT do: Create a national school system Require citizens to vote, attend church Abolish jury trials Outlaw handguns

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Congressional Committees

Congressional Committees

Congressional Committees. What is a Congressional Committee ?. A group of representatives or senators assigned to become experts in a particular policy area Each rep or senator sits on more than one committee Leadership assigns members to committees Seniority Personal expertise

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Congressional Budgets

Congressional Budgets

Congressional Budgets. Understanding the Process. Congressional Budget Process. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY. JUN. JUL. AUG. SEP. OCT. President’s Budget Submitted. New Fiscal Year Begins. House Armed Services Committee (HASC). FULL HOUSE. FULL HOUSE. Authorization Conference.

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Congressional Nominations

Congressional Nominations

Congressional Nominations. Office of congressman Ross SPANO Florida’s 15 th district. Congressional Nominations. WHAT IS A CONGRESSIONAL NOMINATION? HOW DO YOU OBTAIN A NOMINATION ELIGIBILITY APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS COMPLETED APPLICATION WHAT ARE WE LOOKING FOR?

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Congressional Committees

Congressional Committees

Congressional Committees. Purpose. Allows members to split up their work among smaller groups Select the few bills (out of many) that are to receive further consideration **Most bills never get beyond this Hold public hearings and investigations. Kinds of Committees. Standing Committees

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Congressional Leadership

Congressional Leadership

Congressional Leadership. Chapter 5 Section 2,3. Organization. Leadership in the House Speaker of the House- the presiding officer of the House of Reps. Selected from the membership. Calls on people to speak during House Discussion. The Speaker is always a leader of the majority party.

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