Washington State Government Structure
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This paper discusses the administrative structure of the United States government. It discusses the historical background to this structure and its expression of democracy. The paper describes its three dimensional composition of legislative, executive and judicial aspects of the government. The paper concludes that the Washington State governmental power allows for the federal system to provide states with such mechanisms that serve the interests of the citizens and enable them to benefit from the most appropriate protection of their rights.
From the Paper:" The process of election and campaigning for the representative structures is also stipulated in the State Constitution. The Republican and Democratic parties are the largest political forces, but there are also smaller, less experienced parties. The two main parties however, are the driving force of the legislative process; to this end, they constitute a Democratic Caucus and a Republican Caucus in which draft laws are debated in order to forward them for House debates."
Sample of Sources Used:
- Senate Committee Services. 2006. 8 Feb. 2006. <http://www1.leg.wa.gov/Senate/Committees/>
- Shifting Boundaries: redistricting in Washington State. 8 Feb. 2006. <http://www.secstate.wa.gov/oralhistory/redistricting2/1970s/1972/>
- Varosh, Lori. "Safeguards protect Washington state property owners". Kingcounty Journal 2005. 8 Feb. 2006
- Washington State Constitution. 1999. 8 Feb. 2006. <http://www.courts.wa.gov/education/constitution/index.cfm?fa=education_constitution.display&displayid=Article-02>
- Washington State legislature. 8 Feb. 2006. <http://www1.leg.wa.gov/Legislature/AboutUs.htm>
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