Professor Anne Marie Cammisa discusses the policy-making process in Congress. She details the different steps in the circular policy-making process, as well as the steps a bill must take to become a law. She pays particular attention to barriers in the legislative process, such as a lack of unity within parties and polarization.
- Type of Content: Tutorial
- Title: The Policy-Making Process in Congress
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2016
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- Discipline: Politics & International Relations
- Subject: Policy Making, Congress, American Government & Politics (general)
- Duration: 00:22:13
- Keywords: agenda setting, bargaining, bills (law), bureaucracy, committees, conference committees, conflict and cooperation within groups, congressional staff, constituencies, government agencies, hearings, incrementalism, interest groups, James Madison, leadership (political), legislation, legislatures and lawmaking, party and social structure, polarization processes, policy evaluation, policy formulation, policy implementation, policy making, political environments, political parties, political parties and congress, political process, political science, presidency and Congress, president and congress, processes and institutions, public opinion, reference materials, Separation of powers, Standard operating procedures, Standing committee, Sub committees, time factors, tyranny of the majority and minority rights, United States Congress, veto power
Academic: Anne Marie CammisaOnline ISBN:9781473978027Copyright: (c) SAGE Publications Ltd., 2016