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14 Jun 2005 07:42 PDT
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Question ID: 533170
When in the process of proposing a bill in Congress does that bill receive a nukmber?
Re: Legislative Process
Answered By: djbaker-ga on 14 Jun 2005 08:10 PDT
Greetings FrusteratedSecretary, A bill is assigned a number when it is first introduced. "When a bill is introduced, it receives a filing number in the Office of the Secretary which is used to track the bill through the legislative process. The first number is the Period in which it was introduced, and the second number indicates its place in the numerical sequence of bills introduced. " http://www.dccouncil.washington.dc.us/how.html Have a great day and thank you for using Google Answers. Best, djbaker-ga
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