Step 1. A bill is thought up by anyone even the president or congress.
Step 2. They present their idea to the staff, and the rough draft is refined into a proposed bill
Step 3. The bill is then presented in front of other members of congress
Step 4. The bill is then studied. Hearings are held and evidence on the bill is gathered and the committee can add or delete things as they please
Step 5. The committee then votes on the bill and if it gets approved the bill is then sent to the Senate
Step 6. That house votes, if the bill gets 2/3rd's vote it then moves onto another house
Step 7. After the bill has been studied once again it is voted on once more and passed to the second house.
Step 8. The first house considers any changes that were made. If it approves all inspections the bill is then sent to the President.
Step 9. If the house where the bill originated feels they need to change anything or re-write parts before passing it on to the president they may do so.
Step 10. It is then sent to the President. If the President signs the bill, it becomes a law. If the President does not approve the bill and he vetoes it, it is sent back to the house it originated in.
Step 11. If the bill get's a 2/3rd's vote from the first and second house, the bill becomes a law and overrides the President's veto.
1- Proposal submitted to clerk
2- Copies of bill given to legislators (house or senate)
3- Bill assigned to committee
4- Committee considers bill and may hold public meetings
5- Bill voted out of committee and sent to chamber (house or senate)
6-Legislators debate bill, may make changes, and vote on passage
7-Certified bill is sent to other chamber (senate or house) for consideration
8- Bill is assigned to committee
9- Bill voted out of committee and sent to chamber
10- Legislators debate on bill, may make changes, and vote on passage
11- If passed in same form, bill is sent t o governor
12- Governor may sign bill, veto it, or let it become law without legislature
13- If vetoed, the legislature may, by two-thirds of vote of each house, override the veto and the bill becomes law.
first a bill is only an idea, then it becomes a bill if the people like it and then it becomes a law
A bill never automatically becomes a law.
Once the president signs the bill , it becomes a law.A bill is a proposal for a new Law, Once it is voted on & accepted & signed it becomes a law.
When the president signs the bill, it becomes law. If the president refuses, the bill is vetoed, but if a two thirds vote by Congress, it can still become law.
A 'bill' is what the legislation is called before it becomes a 'law.'
The bill becomes law.
Yes. Once the governor receives a bill, he can sign it, veto it, or do nothing. If he signs it, the bill becomes law. If he does nothing, the bill becomes law without his signature.
I'm pretty sure that it becomes a law
The bill becomes a law.
Before a law is a law it is called a Bill.
What is it called when a bill becomes law if the President does not sign it nor veto it ,after so many days?
It becomes law with his signature.
after the: mayor governor president sign it into law
A bill does become a law when a president signs it, but a bill can also become a law without the presidents signature.
After a bill becomes law, the president and all the law enforcement groups are pledged to enforce it as best they can. As a rule there is an effort made to inform the people affected by the law about it and what it means to them and what they have to do differently.
In government a bill is a proposal that is considered for becoming a law. If a bill is passed by Congress and signed by the president it becomes a law.
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it becomes a law
it becomes a law