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How a Bill becomes a Law

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Shannon Larson

on 15 April 2010

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Transcript of How a Bill becomes a Law

How a Bill becomes a Law Any Member can sponsor or propose a new law. At the legislators direction, the idea is drafted as a bill The bill is introduced when the Senate Secretary reads aloud the bills number The bill is sent to the a committee which studies it and makes changes if needed. If the committee approves the bill it is reported to the House and its title is read again. When scheduled by the Senate, President or Assembly speaker the bills title is read for a third time and is debated and voted on A Bill passes if it recieves a majority of votes Atleast 21 votes in the senate or 41 in the General Assembly After both Houses agree on the bill it is sent to the Governor. In most cases the bill becomes law when signed by the Governor.
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