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how a bill becomes a law

the steps it takes for a bill to become a law
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brendan tomis

on 15 April 2010

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Transcript of how a bill becomes a law

How does a bill become a law Ideas for new laws can come from citizens, organized interest groups, public officials and governers. The ideas are supported and sponsered by a senetor or by a general assembly member. Idea for the new law is then drafted as a bill. During a legislative session the senate secretary or the Congress announces the bill. Most of the time the bill will be sent to the committee were they make changes to make the bill better. If the committee aprroves the bill, it will be sent to the House for the second time to be read Then the bill goes to the floor Then it goes to the confrence Goes through the whole process, but through the other house If both houses agree president is given the options to: veto, or sign bill
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