Cconnect how a bill becomes a law to the Affordable Care Act.Note the general process for how a bill becomes a law and any special circumstances
Step 1: Visit the Miller Center website. Take notes on President Obama’s Address to Congress on Healthcare (September 9, 2009) to examine the president’s formal and informal powers to affect Congress and public opinion.
Step 2: Visit the THOMAS website. Take notes on the 111th Congress’s proceedings regarding H.R.4872, Healthcare and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 (commonly referred to as the Affordable Care Act, along with H.R.3590). Under “Actions,” look at the “Major Actions.” Click on the House Roll No. 167, Senate Record Vote Number, and Roll No. 194 to examine the number and party affiliation of yea and nay votes.
Step 3: Visit the Oyez website. Search Oyez for the Affordable Care Act case National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius (2012) to analyze the Supreme Court’s role in shaping policy. Determine the questions and the conclusions of the case and on what argument Congress based its decision.
Step 4: Conduct additional Internet research. Conduct any additional research on the Internet necessary to provide context for the policymaking.
Step 5: Draft paper. Using the notes you took on each website, draft an analysis of the role of the executive, legislative, and judiciary branches in making the policy of the Affordable Care Act of 2010.
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