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A law is an official rule created by Congress or another legislative body. When a bill is proposed, debated, and passed, it becomes a law, or statute. This legislation governs people’s behavior and activities within a society or country.

When a committee votes to pass a bill, it writes a committee report that describes the purpose and scope of the bill and why the committee recommends its approval. This document is a critical source of information on the bill’s meaning and impact. It is used by the courts, executive departments, and the public to understand and interpret laws. A well-written committee report explains the bill’s effect section by section, sets forth changes to existing laws, and sets out any executive communications or dissenting opinions on the bill. The committee report is an important part of a law’s legislative history and should be reviewed carefully.