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How a Bill Becomes a Law

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aj triplett

on 15 April 2010

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Transcript of How a Bill Becomes a Law

How a bill becomes a law Step one Any Senator or House Member member may propose or sposor a new law Step 2 At the legislator's direction the idea is drafted a bill Step 3 The bill is introduced when the Senat Secretary
or House Member reads aloud the bills
number, sposor and title during a legistative session. Step 4 The bill is usually sent to a commitee which studies it and makes changes if needed. Step 5 If the committee approves the bill, it is reported to the House and its title is read again. Its second reading Step 6 When scheduled by the senate president, the
bill's title is read for the third time and it is debated and voted on. Step 7 The bill also goes through the second house and once they both
agree they make a cnfrence report on the bill. Step 8 Then it gets sent to the President who may sign it or veto
it Side note* Congress may attempt to override a presidential veto,
but it would take 2/3 majority roll call for that!
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