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Congressional Government Rebooted: Randomized Committee Assignments and Legislative Capacity

Brian D. Feinstein

Harvard Law & Policy Review (2013)

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Copy Citation: | and Brian D. Feinstein. "Congressional Government Rebooted: Randomized Committee Assignments and Legislative Capacity." Harvard Law & Policy Review 7, (2013): 601. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2068734 . Brian D. Feinstein, Congressional Government Rebooted: Randomized Committee Assignments and Legislative Capacity, 7 Harvard Law & Policy Review 601 (2013).

Topics: Politics

Keywords: Institutional design; Separation of powers; Committees; Congress; Statutory interpretation; Legislative history; Legislative intent; Soft law

Law Versus Ideology: The Supreme Court and the Use of Legislative History

David S. Law David T. Zaring

William & Mary Law Review (2010)

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Copy Citation: | David S. Law and David T. Zaring. "Law Versus Ideology: The Supreme Court and the Use of Legislative History." William & Mary Law Review 51, (2010): 1653. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1444189. David S. Law, and David T. Zaring, Law Versus Ideology: The Supreme Court and the Use of Legislative History, 51 William & Mary Law Review 1653 (2010).

Topics: Law

Keywords: Legislative history; Statutory interpretation; Supreme Court

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