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|1. Overview of the Legislative Process||5:09|
|2. Introduction and Referral of Bills||3:19|
|3. Committee Consideration||3:39|
|4. Calendars and Scheduling||2:35|
|5. House Floor||3:53|
|6. Senate Floor||4:17|
|7. Executive Business in the Senate||1:59|
|8. Resolving Differences||3:29|
|9. Presidential Actions||1:58|
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