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Documents Produced During the Legislative Process

1.  The original bill, as introduced.

2.  The bill summary (a brief description of the bill's provisions)

3.  Committee reports and conference committee reports.

4.  Amended versions of the bill.

5.  Enrolled version of the bill.

6.  Hearings and debates associated with the bill.

7.  Taskforce Reports (a legislative taskforce performs extensive research on a specific issue, and may issue a report).

8.  Interim Study Reports (conducted by the standing committees of the House and approved by the Speaker of the House).

9.  Senate or House Resolutions (officially records the opinion of the house of origin when passed only by that chamber).

10.  Senate or House Concurrent Resolutions (officially records the joint opinion of both houses when passed by both and signed by the governor).