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Which of the following best describes the membership of a joint committee, such as the Joint Economic Committee? minority party members in the House majority party members in the Senate members from both the House and Senate members from either the House or Senate

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"A Bill to Raise the Tax Rate on Those Earning Over One Million Dollars Annually." A bill with a title like this one could only originate in the House only originate in the Senate begin in either part of Congress begin in a Conference Committee
A joint committee has members from both the House and Senate. All committees, whether in each house, or joint, have members from both majority and minority parties. Only caucuses, which are partisan groups, have members from only one party. All bills that raise revenue must originate in the House, according to the Constitution.

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