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How a Bill becomes a Law

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Mayra Correa

on 10 January 2013

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Transcript of How a Bill becomes a Law

Step 6 Step 7 How a Bill became a Law BY Mayra and Vanessa If the bill is approved it is sent to the other congress It goes back to the House of representatives and is discussed and voted on. If more than have of the members approve it it goes to the Congress, if not it can be abandoned or returned
to the committee. 2. Agree that the bill will never be passed If the law is vetoed there are three
things that can be done. For example: Bill Hasalm proposed the Child Passanger
Restraint Law. Step 1 Step 4 Step 5 Step 4 First the Congress comes up with an idea for a Bill. They House of Representatives or Senate can come up with the bill. 1. The bill is changed to more of the President's
liking Step 2 The bill is sent to the right committee sTEP 3
The members of committee have to discuss and vote. If the House of Representatives does not approve it can either be sent back to the committee or abandon Or The process repeats and it
discussed about by the
committee and full Senate,
if all 51 Senators voe for it
it is passed to the president. The President can
sign the bill and it
becomes a law or he
can veto it. 3. They can vote to override
the President's veto They need to have two-thirds of the members from both house to override. In the Senate, its 67 and In the house its 290. If either house fails to get that number, then the President's veto stands and the bill will not become a law. The Senate passed your bill, and the President has signed it. Your bill is now a law. The correct department is the Department of transportation in the committee of Homeland and National Security
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