The institutional Legislative Theory and Methodology (ILTAM) consists of __________ steps.
In translating a proposed policy into effectively implemented law, the social and the monetary costs and benefits of all the following must be compared, EXCEPT:
Law-making in today’s rapidly changing world may require an ongoing process of drafting, implementing, monitoring and redrafting.
The procedure of sending a bill to a committee is called _________.
Senate rules are _________ and _______________.
House rules are _________________ and _____________.
Under New Mexico’s Legislature, a committee can make any recommendation it sees fit concerning legislation.
A filibuster is an extended speech given by a majority senator to prevent the passage of a bill.
A filibuster can be ended with a ___________ in the Senate.
The ____________________ may consider a bill for amendment section by section or paragraph by paragraph in case of appropriations measures.
A panel of members representing each house of Congress that attempts to negotiate a version of a bill acceptable to both chambers is called a ___________________.
If the President does not return a bill presented for signing within _________ days, the bill becomes law.
The Executive Office of the President (EOP) was created in ___________.
The President of the United States’ veto power is found in _______________ of the Constitution.
The first presidential veto was issued by ___________________.
The pocket veto is an absolute veto and cannot be overridden unlike the regular veto.