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Bill Become Law

How a Bill Becomes A Law presentation
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Courtney Adlam

on 15 April 2010

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Transcript of Bill Become Law

Any Senator or House Member brings up the law. The idea can come from anyone. The bill is sponsored. It is then written as a draft The Bill becomes introduced. This happens when the Senate or House has announced the number of the Bill, its sponsor, and its title during a session. The bill then goes to a Committee who can make amendments. The public may also talk about the bill during open sessions. If it is approved by the Committee... it is sent back to the House and looked over again. Another meeting can then be scheduled This is for its third reading and then a debate occurs and it is voted on A bill can be passed by a majority vote. If both Houses agree on a bill... It will be sent to the President to be signed. It can be vetoed. In which case it is given back to the Legislative Branch. The Legislative Branch can override this veto. And the bill would then still be a law.
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