Tag Archives: legislation
Time for an Aggressive Campaign for Change – It Only Takes A Postage Stamp
OBSTACLES TO REFORM
If you are not familiar with the legislative process, it is not as democratic as most people imagine. Both the House of Representatives and the Senate have Judiciary Committees. A bill can start in either committee, however, each committee has a Chairman. The Chairmen actually filter what bills the other committee members will even see.
For example in Pennsylvania, Senator Stewart Greenleaf has been in control of all of the court reform introduced by … Continue Reading ››
Are The Inmates Running the Asylum In Your State?
COURT RULE ENACTMENT THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATESNOTE: This research was done in 2008 - your state may have made changes in the laws - either increasing or decreasing the Judiciary Rule-Making power. Check the Open Meeting Laws also here.
Checks and Balance between the Three Branches of Government
Topic:CONSTITUTIONAL LAW; COURT PROCEDURE; COURTS; LEGISLATURES (GENERAL);
December 30, 2008 2008-R-0430
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