How a Bill Becomes a Public Law
“How a Bill Becomes a Public Law” was part of the noontime 75th Anniversary National Archives Expert Series. The lecture was held on August 21, 2009, in the Jefferson Conference Room.
Michael White, managing editor of the Federal Register, talked about "How a Bill Becomes a Public Law". In his remarks he talked about publication of public laws, the executive department role in lawmaking, the legislative process in Congress, and the availability of government documents. He also responded to questions from the audience.
“How a Bill Becomes a Public Law” was part of the noontime 75th Anniversary National Archives Expert Series. The lecture was held on August 21, 2009, in the Jefferson Conference Room. close
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