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THE MAKING OF LAWS

committee goes through the bill, clause by clause, discussing any amendments that may be proposed, determining as to each clause, how, if at all, it should be amended, and whether in its original or amended form it should stand part of the bill, and then whether any new clauses should be added. In the case of important and controversial bills these debates may last over many days or weeks, and the notices of amendments to be proposed fill many pages of the parliamentary notice papers. When the discussion is finished, and the whole bill has been gone through, the chairman of the committee makes a simple report to the Speaker, merely stating whether the bill has been amended or not.
In some cases a bill, instead of going to a standing committee or to a committee of the whole house, is sent to a small select committee, or to a joint committee of both houses. These eases are comparatively rare, and the reason for adopting this course usually is that it is desired to summon witnesses and take evidence as to the expediency and effect of the provisions of the bill. Committees of this kind usually make special reports, stating their reasons and conclusions, but bills considered by them have to be considered subsequently by a committee of the whole house.
After the committee stage follows the report stage. The house, sitting formally with the

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