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How a bill becomes a law.

This explains how a bill becomes a law.

Parth Patel

on 15 April 2010

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Transcript of How a bill becomes a law.

How a bill becomes a law. It starts with an IDEA. An idea that can be put on paper by any # of people. People such as a Representative, Senator, an individual, citizens' group,a business association...or even the President. Whoever's idea or whatever the idea is... It must be introduced to Congress, by either a member of the House of Reps. or the Senate. Once the idea is introduced, it is referred to by a Committee When it gets an "A-Okay" from them Once cut-throat debates have been made... The bill goes to the other house The bill is debated on there, and then differences are settles, agreements/negotiations are made. Finally, Billy then reaches the P.O.T.U.S. The Bill finally becomes a law once it has been signed/approved by the President. Unless the President decides to VETO it or do nothing...if nothing is done, then it is pocket VETO-ed. (Sorry Billy)
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