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How a Bill Becomes a Law

The process in which a bill becomes a law
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Melanie Schneider

on 15 April 2010

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Transcript of How a Bill Becomes a Law

How A bill becomes a law Bill is drafted Is introduced. The clerk assigns a number Referred to Committee and sub Committee Committee hearing Sub committe and full committee mark up. Reported our. Calendared Floor reading debate Amendments Full vote. Engrossed bill. Bill is drafted Introduced. Clerk assings number Introduced to Committee and sub committee Committee hearing. Sub Committee and full committee mark up Reported out. Calendared. Floor reading debate. Filibuster Full vote Engrossed bill. Conference committee vote by House. Enrolled bill sent to President Veto. OR Signed by president 20 vote Congress override New Law House of Represenatives Senate
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