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How a Bill Becomes A Law

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Sarah Warren

on 15 April 2010

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Transcript of How a Bill Becomes A Law

How a Bill Becomes a Law Bill is Introduced Committee Action Floor Action Committee Conference Bill Review Bill Becomes a Law! Any member of Congress can introduce legislation In the House: a new bill is given to the clerk In the Senate: the presiding officer introduces bill Bills are assigned to the the appropriate commitee Committee acts on bill or kills bill Legislation is scheduled The bill is debated Congress votes on the bill Committee is formed to further discuss bill Senior members of Congress work out differences over bill The conference report must be approved by both the House and the Senate The bill is sent to the president The president can approve or veto the bill If the bill is not signed withing 10 days, the bill becomes a law
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