bill drafter

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Carroll for a year in 1971-72, worked as a bill drafter with the Florida Legislative Service Bureau in 1971, and was a student law clerk to Dean Emeritus Mason Ladd, at the FSU College of Law in 1971.
Jefferson State Park,' and we seriously doubt it was an overzealous or misguided legislative bill drafter. Rather, it was a deliberate -- and successful -- misrepresentation in order to gain $50,000 in public money for a privately-owned religious shrine.
THE IDAHO LEGISLATURE'S LONGTIME CHIEF BILL DRAFTER, MIKE NUGENT, RETIRED IN MARCH after 41 years of service.
Karl Aro, NCSL's new staff chair, has 36 years of experience as a bill drafter, research analyst and a director with Maryland's Department of Legislative Services.
Malkiewich started as a legislative bill drafter in 1981 after graduating from law school.
Ask a bill drafter, a committee staffer or legislative counsel to list the principal values that guide their work, and you'll see some themes.
Previously, she served in the bill drafting office, first as a bill drafter, then as assistant reviser of statutes.
It may help to talk through some possible real life situations with the bill drafter, according to Emily Berquist, a tax law drafter in Vermont.
"You really can't talk about the Legislative Reference Bureau without also talking about the 'Wisconsin Idea' and a man named Charles McCarthy," says Jack Stark, a retired attorney and bill drafter for the LRB, who has written extensively on both subjects.
One point is already clear: The Senate bill drafters hope life and annuity players will contribute about $25 billion extra over 10 years, or an average of $2.5 billion extra per year, with most of the cash coming out what life and annuity issuers pay to bring in customers.
But bill drafters ran into a problem: Lack of information about the broad population of children with special needs on Medicaid impeded them from crafting a more expansive definition, and the Congressional Budget Office, or CBO, could not estimate the costs, the aide said.