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How a bill becomes a law

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Reilly g

on 15 April 2010

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Transcript of How a bill becomes a law

How a Bill becomes a law
"Any Senator or General Assembly member may propose or sponsor a new law." The idea is then drafted as a bill. "The bills is then inroduced
when the Senate or General
Assembly is read aloud the
bills number, during a
legislative session." The bill is sent to a committee where changes are made
(Amendments). If the committe approves the bill, it is
reported to the House and is read again.
(The Bills Second Reading) When scheduled by the
Senate President, the bill is read
for the third time
and is debated and voted on. A bill passes if it receives
a majority of votes.

After both houses agree on the bill
it is sent to the Governor
When the bill is signed,
it becomes a law.
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