The legislator who introduces a bill (or resolution). Other legislators may show their support by signing on as co-sponsors. The principal sponsor of a bill controls that bill.
( See also Bills Introduced.)
The legislator who guides the bill through the legislative process after the bill has passed the originating chamber. The sponsor must be a member of the opposite chamber of the one in which the bill was filed.
The person (usually a legislator) who presents a bill or resolution for consideration; may be joined by others, who are known as cosponsor. See also: author, introducer, patron.
The legislator(s), state agency, or legislative committee which introduces a measure. The name of this person or committee is printed at the top of the measure.
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The legislator responsible for introducing a bill.
Legislator who introduces a proposed bill.
A legislator who introduces a bill or resolution.
Organisations that are not incorporated under state or Commonwealth legislation, or lack project management skills, may wish to have an eligible organisation sponsor their application. In a sponsorship arrangement, the sponsor is considered to be the applicant.
Legislator who is the primary author of a bill or amendment.
A Representative or Senator who presents a matter for consideration. Co-sponsors are those who subsequently sign a bill or resolution.
A Member of Congress who writes a bill and offers it for legislative consideration. The sponsor seeks co-sponsors and these Members together promote the bill and seek to have it considered and win votes for it.
The legislator, private individual, or group who developed a piece of legislation and advocates its passage.
A member who authors or agrees to introduce a measure.
Any legislator whose signature appears on the bill.
A legislator who submits a bill to the legislature or who joins with a group of legislators in supporting and submitting a bill.
A bill's sponsor is understood to be the legislator introducing it although he may have done so at the request of someone not a member.
a chief author or co-author of a bill.
The legislator responsible for presenting an item of legislation to the body
The Representative or Senator who introduces a measure.
The originator of a legislative proposal, either a legislator or a committee.
The representative or senator who introduces a bill or resolution.
The sponsor of a Bill in the Legislative Assembly is the person having primary responsibility for the introduction and passage of the Bill through the Assembly. For most Bills, this is a Minister (although any private member can also sponsor a Bill), and the Minister can be referred to as the Bill's sponsoring Minister. Also, the department administered by the Minister is commonly referred to as the Bill's sponsoring department.
The lawmaker who drafts a bill and then presents the bill to the General Assembly for consideration. Bills may have more than one Sponsor who are then called co-sponsors. A Chief Sponsor is the lawmaker who has the responsibility of moving the bill.
The legislator that introduces a bill.
The original member who introduces a bill.
a legislator who introduces a bill in the Legislature and attempts to have it signed into law.
A member who introduces legislation and whose name appears on the bill is the sponsor.
A legislator who proposes a measure to the Legislature.
Member who introduces a bill or resolution.