THE ROLE OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS.
The role of the House of Representative starts in 1789. Forty-two new Representatives were elected to the House of Representative in the year 2000.The next congressional election was in 2002, for the membership of the 108th congress to convince in 2003. The number of Representative that are in the U.S House have 435 members, four delegates and one resident commissioner can sponsor legislates and vote in committees, but unlike the members, they vote in the House chamber. Under the constitution, each state is entitling to two Representatives each serve a two year term. In 1911, the house size was fixed, by law at 433 with provision for the addition.
Under the U.S. constitution, each state is entitling to two representatives each sere a two year term. The begins at the state of a new congress, which is set at noon on January 3rd of each odd-number year following a general election, unless by law a different day is chosen. Each year of the representative’s term normally makes up separate session of a congress. There is no constitutional limit to the number of times representative can run for office. In 1911, the House size was fixed, by law at 433 with provision for the addition of one seat each of Arizona and New Mexico when they become states. There was a temporary increase to 437 when Alaska and Hawaii were admitted as states during the 87th congress, however the 1960 census set the number back to 435.
We need representative to approve identical version of any legislation before it can become law and their major role the government is to keeps records proceedings how laws are made, and how congressional history has influenced today’s government. The House of Representatives, along with the senate, has played an important role in shaping our nation. House members have participated in many historic events since their first meeting in 1789 and during the continental congress. 1775-1787. the member...