In this chapter you have learned about the process
by which a bill becomes a law, the power of Congress to raise and spend money,
and how members of Congress help voters in their states or districts. You also
learned about the many factors that influence lawmakerspolitical parties,
the president, interest groups and, perhaps most importantly, the individual
voter. In this activity you will learn more about the legislative process of
the House of Representatives.
Destination Title: United
States House of Representatives
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Start at the United States House of Representatives Web site.
After you have read through the information, answer
the following questions.
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