About Law New

About law new

A new law (also known as a statute) is an official rule or regulation that governs behavior within a society or country. Legislation is created by Congress and other legislative bodies through the process of proposing, debating, and passing bills. When a bill is approved by Congress, the committee that studied it writes a written report that describes the purpose and scope of the legislation. This committee report is a critical element of the legislative history for any law and is used by the courts, executive departments, and citizens to understand what laws do.

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