The U.S. Government Printing Office publishes both hearings on proposed legislation and committee

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The U.S. Government Printing Office publishes both hearings on proposed legislation and committee reports. Distinguish between the two.

 




A.

Committee reports concerning tax legislation explain the purpose behind Congress' proposing the legislation. Transcripts of hearings reproduce the testimonies of the persons who spoke for or against the proposed legislation before the Congressional committees. Committee reports are sometimes used to interpret the statute.

 



B.

Committee reports concerning tax legislation explain the purpose behind Congress' proposing the legislation. Transcripts of hearings reproduce the testimonies of the persons who spoke against the proposed legislation before the Congressional committees. Committee reports are used to defend the statute.



C.

Committee reports concerning tax legislation explain the purpose behind Congress' proposing the legislation. Transcripts of hearings reproduce the testimonies of the persons who are in favor of the proposed legislation before the Congressional committees. Committee reports are sometimes used to interpret the statute.



D.

Committee reports concerning tax legislation explain the similarities between older legislation and Congress' current proposed legislation. Transcripts of hearings reproduce the testimonies of the persons who spoke for or against the older legislation before the Congressional committees. Committee reports are sometimes used to interpret the statute.

 

 
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