S/230 Reflection Paper

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During my research, I came across a bill, S.Res.230 - A resolution designating September 25, 2015, as "National Lobster Day". The Subjects: S.Res.230 — 114th Congress (2015-2016). The bill was Introduced by Junior Sen. Angus King an Independent, on July 27th, 2015. Under Agriculture and Food, the policy area is Animal. Committee, Senate and Judiciary. The bill stated that the Senate:

1.Designates September 25, 2015, as National Lobster Day; and
2.Encourages the people of the United States to observe the day with appropriate ceremonies and activities(Civic Impulse 2015).

The bill agreed to a simple resolution on Aug 5, 2015. The “latest major action: May 8, 2015, Passed/agreed to in Senate. Status: Resolution agreed to in Senate without
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An example, 111th Congress created 73 subcommittees for the Senate and 104 in the for the House to carry out their work (Schmidt et, al 214). Separate standing committees are given an area of the law with policy and power. Almost all the laws measures are viewed by the right Standing Committees( 214). They investigate issues and reshape the legislation. Standing committees, the Judiciary. The policy subject area, science, technology and communication. The H.Con.Res.17- 114th Congress (2015-2016), Supporting the Local Radio Freedom Act. The bill is presently on a concurrent resolution stage. The interesting fact about the goal was that Congress should not declare or impose any new performance fees, tax royalty on local radio stations. Also, not to change the public performance of sound recordings over the air, and business for the type of public performance sound ( 2015). The sponsor was Rep. Conway, K. Michael from Texas. The bill introduced to the House on February, 24th 2015. It was a referred to the House Committees on the Judiciary. The action was taken by the House Rep on February, 24, 2015. On March, 17th 2015, the Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet. Committee consideration and action carried by the House Judiciary
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