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Con Edison Voter and Election Website, Glossary, Federal, New York State and New York City Government Pages, and other resources for Grassroots Advocates...

How a Bill Becomes a Law

The United States Constitution, provides that: “All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives.” Therefore, the primary function of Congress is the making of laws. There are a number of steps in the federal legislative process. Congressional action can take one of four principal forms: bills, joint resolution, concurrent resolution and the simple resolution. Read More

Glossary

Government Glossary. Read More

Voter & Election Resources

Visit the get out and vote site and find out what’s at stake in 2012. Read More

U.S. Senate

Access to the web pages of all 100 U.S. Senators, Senate Committees, and other related information. Read More

U.S. House

Access to the web pages of all 435 U.S. House Members, House Committees and other related information. Read More

New York State Senate

Access to the web pages of all 62 New York State Senate Members, State Senate Committees and other related information. Read More

New York State Assembly

Access to the web pages of all 150 New York State Assembly Members, State Assembly Committees and other related information. Read More

New York City Council

Access to the web pages of all 51 New York City Council Members, City Council Committees and other related information. Read More

U.S. Government Structure

The Government of the United States. Read More

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