Democratic Caucus Bill Analyses
Scope and Contents
A bill analysis is a brief summary of the purpose, content and effect of a proposed measure or amendment for the committee and Floor proceedings. It reflects the sponsor’s intent with regards to the bill or amendment. The Bill Analyses from the 1981-1982 Session contain summaries, correspondence, and notes.
- 1981 - 1982
- House. Democratic Caucus (Organization)
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(c) Pennsylvania House of Representatives Archives, Office of the Chief Clerk.
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Created by the Democratic Caucus, the collection contains five series: Administrative Rules Reports, Court Rules Reports, Reorganization Plans, House Bill Analyses, and House Resolution Analyses. The analyses are filed numerically, according to House Bill and Resolution.
Democratic Caucus to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives Archives.
- Democratic Caucus Bill Analyses
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