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How a Bill Becomes a Law

A useful presentation on how a bill becomes a law. Government. Kalb.

Jason Reuse

on 15 April 2010

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Transcript of How a Bill Becomes a Law

How a Bill Becomes a Law Step 1:
Introduce an idea Goes to the House Or the Senate Step 2:
Referral to Committee Step 3:
Committee Action Step 4:
Subcommittee Review Step 5:
Mark up the Bill for needed changes Choses to hear it or not to hear it Conduct Further Hearings Step 6:
Moar Committee Action Step 7:
Written Report Commitee Staff Prespares a Report Step 8:
Scheduling Floor Action Step 9:
Debate on the Bill Step 10:
Voting on the Bill "Aye" or "No" Step 11
Referred To Approve, Reject, Ignore, or Change it Step 12:
Conference Committee Goes back to approve of changes Step 13
*PRESIDENTIAL ACTION* Signs It Vetoes it Or Step 14:
Congress May Override Veto With 2/3 vote THE END
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