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How a bill becomes a law

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jordyn gibson

on 15 April 2010

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Transcript of How a bill becomes a law

A Senator proposes or sponsors a new law The idea becomes drafted as a bill at the legislator's directon The bill is introduced when the Senate Secretary reads aloud the bill's number,Sponsor, and title. The bill is then sent to a committee where they talk about it and make changes, if needed. If the committee aproves the bill it is reported to the opposing house, where it is read again. The bill will be read for the third time, and it will be voted on. A bill passes if it recieves a majority of the votes. After both houses agree on the bill,it is then sent to the President. The Bill becomes a law when it is signed by the President!
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