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Bills and Laws

This is the system in bills and laws

Bailey Campbell

on 14 March 2013

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Transcript of Bills and Laws

How bills and laws are made A bill is a proposal for a new law or a change in a existing law. The bill is read three times and voted on, in the lower house (House-of-Representatives) , if it passes then it moves on to the upper house which is known as the Senate The bill is read three times and voted on by the Senate, if it passes, it is then passed on to the state Governor-General thanks for watching the
END the Governor-General is responsible to assent the law, which means giving the Queens Seal-of-Approval
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