Students studying US politics will find the content of this article valuable in responding to synoptic questions that require a range of topics to be analysed and evaluated.
Article I of the US Constitution invests the power of creating legislation to Congress, and both houses must agree to the proposed law in the same form before it can be sent to the president for consideration. However, while Congress physically creates the legislation, there is much debate as to where power really lies in its genesis. Is it with Congress, the president or interest groups?
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