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Nursing Homes and the Congress: A Brief History of Developments and Issues

Nursing Homes and the Congress: A Brief History of Developments and Issues

Date: November 1, 1972
Creator: Congressional Research Service
Description: None
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Congressional Action to Overturn Agency Rules: Alternatives to the "Legislative Veto"

Congressional Action to Overturn Agency Rules: Alternatives to the "Legislative Veto"

Date: September 24, 1979
Creator: Kaiser, Frederick M
Description: Congress has available a variety of statutory and non-statutory techniques, other than the "legislative veto," that have been used to overturn Federal agency rules, prevent their enforcement, limit their impact, or hinder their promulgation. This survey of the different statutory instruments of congressional control—direct overturn of rules, modification of agency jurisdiction, limitations in authorizing and appropriating statutes, requiring inter-agency consultation, and advance notification to the Congress—discusses a variety of mechanisms that vary in their use and their specificity, range of impact, and length of effect.
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A Functional Analysis of Congressional Member Office Operations

A Functional Analysis of Congressional Member Office Operations

Date: May 14, 1981
Creator: Carlile, Judy
Description: This report presents a general analysis of personal staff functions in a congressional office. Because there is little specific information from Congress and other sources regarding staff job descriptions and because congressional office organization patterns very significantly, this report focuses on the staff functions that are common to all offices regardless of organizational structure or job title: office management; mail; projects; casework; legislation; schedulng and personal services; press and public relations; and political functions.
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Closing a Congressional Office: A Brief Overview

Closing a Congressional Office: A Brief Overview

Date: May 18, 1981
Creator: Carlile, Judy
Description: This paper sets forth questions that a congressional office needs to consider in the process of closing down. These include statutory and non-statutory matters such as staff, the franking privilege, retirement benefits for Members and staff, allowances, and the disposition of congressional papers, and other office items.
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Congressional Staffing: A Selected Annotated Bibliography

Congressional Staffing: A Selected Annotated Bibliography

Date: July 14, 1981
Creator: Carlile, Judy
Description: This bibliography provides the reader an overview of the growth, development, responsibilities, and duties of personal staffs of Senators and Representatives and the staffs of congressional committees, as seen and studied by academicians, journalists, former Members of the House and Senate, and former staff members.
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Grants Work in a Congressional Office

Grants Work in a Congressional Office

Date: January 1, 1982
Creator: Newman, Rhoda
Description: None
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Salaries and Allowances: Congress

Salaries and Allowances: Congress

Date: August 20, 1982
Creator: Dwyer, Paul E
Description: None
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Congressional Veto of Executive Actions

Congressional Veto of Executive Actions

Date: November 5, 1982
Creator: Nicola, Thomas J & Norton, Clark F
Description: Statutory provisions by which Congress authorizes a Federal program to be administered by the Executive but retains the legal authority to disapprove all or part of the program before final implementation have become increasingly frequent in recent years. These statutory provisions which subject a variety of proposed executive actions to congressional review are commonly known as "congressional veto" devices.
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Congressional Veto Legislation: 97th Congress

Congressional Veto Legislation: 97th Congress

Date: November 24, 1982
Creator: Cavanagh, M. Suzanne; Garcia, Rogelio & Norton, Clark F
Description: This report has two purposes: first, to describe briefly the main features of each kind of congressional veto procedure, and second, to list under appropriated categories all such provisions submitted in the current Congress that have been located.
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Casework in a Congressional Office

Casework in a Congressional Office

Date: December 14, 1982
Creator: Carlile, Judy
Description: This paper presents a general overview of congressional office procedures associated with handling casework, and the assistance provided by a Member of Congress to help constituents in their dealings with Federal agencies. It discusses options for assisting Member's constituents, and the role of staff and Members in providing casework services.
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