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Legislative Branch Committees

Legislative BranchSub-organizations of a legislative body in which the individual legislators meet to determine what bills will be introduced to the legislator. They do the day to day work of analyzing bills and deciding what is relevant, important and beneficial to our national and international interest.
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Congressional Committees: A Study of the Origin and Development of Our ...

By Lauros Grant McConachie 

Competing Principals: Committees, Parties, and the Organization of Congress

By Forrest Maltzman

Turf Wars: How Congressional Committees Claim Jurisdiction

By David C. King 
Senate Committees-Senate Website  House Committees-House Website 
An Explanation of Committees  Explanation of System 
Assignments listed by the Senate Website  List of Committees 
List of Official Committees by Senate Website  List of Committees and Sub Committees 
Schedule of Hearings  Committee Assignments 
National Archives-Records of Committees  Committee Information 
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MacPhaidin Library Library of Congress  Wikipedia-List of All Committees 
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