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how a bill becomes a law

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michael somerville

on 15 April 2010

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Transcript of how a bill becomes a law

how a bill becomes a law A bill can be brought up by both house and senate A bill will be given a document number
to recognize what the bill is a bill must have a sponsor
then it will be sent to a
government office to
have copies made a bill will be sent to a committee to be commented on hearings will be held to decide if the bill
should reach the floor
if the chamber approves
the will be sent to the floor once a bill is sent to the floor it is put on a calender to determine when a debate should take place over the bill after a debate and the bill is passed on to the conference committee a meeting is held where revisions will be made to the bill to satisfy both democrats and republicans then once congress has voted on the billand if it is passed it will be sent to the conference committee the once the bill passes through the conference committee it is sent to the president for the final approval if the president agrees with the bill it is passed but if he vetos the bill it is sent back to the house it came from along with the presidents revisions
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