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The chief purpose of Congressional committees is to A) draft legislation for consideration by the full Congress. B) act as a group to which the President can direct his lobbying effort. C) provide a place for lobbyists and special interest groups to get support. D) hold hearings so that bills can be evaluated and studied prior to voting.

Amanda Johnson

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Curtis Rhodes on March 17, 2018

The purpose for the head of the committees of the Congress is the draft of the legislation and of the bills, so that you can pass in the congress. They, then, decide whether to approve or not. Your answer probably would be!Have a nice day! :)

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