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Once a congressional bill has become law, how is it noticed by and overseen within the executive branch?

Here is something that nobody has mentioned so far: any Bill requires a sponsor who will propose it, lobby for it, call in favours, whatever it takes to get the Bill passed. So, imagine that it ...
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Once a congressional bill has become law, how is it noticed by and overseen within the executive branch?

The legislature and the executive branches operate separately from a separation of powers point of view, but that doesn't mean they're completely siloed off from each other. Executive agencies ...
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Once a congressional bill has become law, how is it noticed by and overseen within the executive branch?

Bills, once they become laws, seem to be archived and internally published somehow They're published in the United States Statutes at Large, and (for permanent provisions) are incorporated into the ...
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Once a congressional bill has become law, how is it noticed by and overseen within the executive branch?

The executive branch will always know if a bill has become law because they are the final step in the process for turning a bill into law. The only time this isn't the case is when a president vetos a ...
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