Home Rule Act Amendment: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Governmental Efficiency and the District of Columbia of the Committee on Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, Ninety-eighth Congress ... on S. 1858 ...
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Governmental Affairs. Subcommittee on Governmental Efficiency and the District of Columbia
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1984
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Act or resolution action Administrative Administrative Rules adopted agency amendments application approved automatically authority automatically approved become beginning bill Board bond Chadha Chairman changes Code commission committee concurrent resolution Congress congressional constitutional Council disapproves counsel Court decision determine District of Columbia effect enacted executive existing expiration Federal filed going governor hearing Home Rule Act House introduce issue joint resolution Legal legislative veto legislature limit majority Mayor Michigan minor modified calendar days notice objection October Office opinion passed period present President prior problem procedures promulgated proposed rules provisions question recommendations regular regulations request Research revisions Senator Eagleton Service session specified staff Stat statement statute subcommittee submission submitted Supp Supreme Court suspend term tion two-house veto unconstitutional unless the Council valid voluntary approval vote
Side 71 - Ginnane, The Control of Federal Administration by Congressional Resolutions and Committees, 66 Harv.
Side 63 - Justice riding with the Speaker of the House and the President Pro Tempore of the Senate...
Side 41 - Each proposed act (other than an act to which section 446 applies) shall be read twice in substantially the same form, with at least thirteen days intervening between each reading. Upon final adoption by the Council each act shall be made immediately available to the public in a manner which the Council shall determine. If the Council determines, by a vote of two-thirds of the members, that emergency circumstances make it necessary that an act be passed after a single reading, or that it takes effect...
Side 1 - Congress's broad authority to take action that has "the purpose and effect of altering the legal rights, duties, and relations of persons . . . outside the Legislative Branch,
Side 42 - Llewellyn, are you appearing in connection with this particular item? Mr. LLEWELLYN. Yes; as well as others. STATEMENT OF THOMAS J. LLEWELLYN, CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMITTEE ON HIGHWAYS, PARKS, AND WATERWAYS OF THE FEDERATION OF CITIZENS ASSOCIATIONS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Senator THOMAS. Just have a seat in front of the reporter, please, and give your name and address to the reporter. Mr. LLEWELLYN. My name is Thomas J. Llewellyn, chairman of the committee on highways, parks, and waterways of the...
Side 54 - The legislative department may delegate regulatory authority to the executive department; except, that any administrative regulation of any agency of the executive department may be disapproved by the general assembly or a committee thereof in such manner as shall by law be prescribed.
Side 58 - The committee is empowered to examine all administrative regulations for compliance with legislative Intent and to suspend objectionable regulations until 30 days after the next session begins. During the 30-day period, the legislature must annul the regulation through the passage of a bill, otherwise the rule goes into effect.