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how a bill becomes a law

this is about how a bill becomes a law
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haley vandermeer

on 15 April 2010

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Transcript of how a bill becomes a law

first off, a bill is introduced by a memeber of the house or senate then its reffered to a committe
by the house speaker. or by the
senate president.
then the committe considers
the bill. the committe shows it to the
house members or the senate. it is read, then amend.
then read again. then it is read a third time,
they debate and then vote. if it passes, its sent to the 2nd chamber, where the process repeats. with a speaker orrrrrrr president ew. oh yeah the committee,
too. then the house or senate
decide on something. if passed, its signed to
be a law, or to be vetoed. law veto legislature can vote to override a veto and the bill becomes a law
without the governors approval. thats it.
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