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How A Bill Becomes a Law - Cat Edition
Transcript of How A Bill Becomes a Law - Cat Edition
A filibuster is, in theory, a prolonged speech or debate. In reality most filibusters never get to that point, and the bill simply never goes to a vote without 60 members of the senate A quorum is the minimum number of members of a legislative body needed to take a vote. A simple majority is the standard for a quorum in both the house and the senate. From there it is enforced with the full legal force of the federal government behind it (barring any challenges of constitutionality, but that is an entirely separate issue)