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How do legislators serve or help the people in their districts? They are on call 365 days a year to speak to a local group, help a constituent having problems with a state agency or work with local government to get state help
Why are election districts redrawn every 10 years? To ensure all people are represented equally. Each legislator in the House should represent approximately the same number of people as any other member
What is the purpose of the committee system in the General Assembly? It is to address proposals brought to the General Assembly
Item veto The power of the governor to reject specific spending items in an appropriations bill, while approving others.
Where do ideas for laws come from? From citizens and interest groups.
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