"After a bill is introduced in the House, it is referred to the House Committee on Ways and Means, which has primary jurisdiction over revenue bills. . . .The first version of a bill subject to mark-up is often called the Chairman's mark . . ." (House Ways and Means, Portfolio 103-3d, Bloomberg Law) (Footnotes omitted)
"In the Senate, the bill is first referred to the Senate Finance Committe, which has primary jurisdiction in the Senate over revenue bills." (Senate Finance Committee, Portfolio 100-3d, Bloomberg Law)
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