One of the most important aspects of Congress is developing, making, and monitoring laws. New laws are proposed every week, but few get enacted into law. The process of taking an idea to solve a problem, turning it into a bill, getting it through the relevant committees, and then getting a vote on the Floor of the House, is difficult. Of the thousands of bills proposed in a year, fewer than 10% will make it to the House Floor for a vote. As the Representative of Arizona’s Fourth Congressional District, I am actively involved in sponsoring and drafting legislation about issues that are important to you.