If a bill is not passed by the House, it dies and does not become law. It can be re-introduced at a later date, possibly after some changes.
A Bill can not pass in the Senate before it has been passed by the House of Representatives. A Bill can be passed by the House but not the Senate but the Senate can not pass a Bill that was not first passed by the House. Therefore, it either gets rejected if not passed in either houses of Congress or gets sent to the President to Sign or Veto it.
I want to know what happens to a bill that is passed by the Senate?
it is passed on to the other house. If that house likes it then it is passed to the president for him/her to sign in or he can let others vote it. You welcome for getting the answer people
it will go for president approval.
It Becomes A Law Automatically .
It gets sent to the president of the United States.
after the bill is passed it heads on to the president to pass it
It is sent to the other house where it goes through Steps 1 through 5.
Well, A bill is passed by... First, a bill is introduced by either the house or the senate. Then, they have committee hearings. Next they take floor action. then if the bill is passed to the house or passed on they have more committee hearings then floor action, then it depends. If the bill is passed with amendments than it goes back to the house that passed the bill. If the bill is passed without amendments than the bill goes straight to the Governor. If the bill was passed with amendments the after the house that passed the bill had it then it goes to the Governor and if it is not vetoed than it will become a law on the first of the next year. Same with the bill that was passed with no amendments. If this was confusing then there is diagram on a website that is more understandable. http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/bil2lawd.HTML Here is the answer, 12 year old B.erdman
When the senate and the house of representatives pass a bill that has different version the conference committee writes a compromise bill. This then has to be passed by the two chambers.
Nothing happens once it is passed.
For a bill to become law it must be passed by both houses of Congress, so when the Senate passes a bill, the same bill must also go to the House of Representatives, or if the House has passed a similar bill, the two bills must be reconciled by a joint committee to produce a single bill that both houses can pass. Then when both houses have passed the same bill, the bill goes to the President for his signature. The President may or may not sign the bill, and if he doesn't, Congress can over-ride the veto if they have enough votes. Otherwise the bill dies.
A bill passed by the House of Representatives must also pass in the Senate; once passed by both houses of Congress, it goes to the President for his signature.
In the House of Representatives the Law is made. Then it is passed to the Senate, to debate. This is called a bill. After that the Sergeant at Arms takes the law to the Governor General and it has to be signed to become a law.
it becomes a pocket veto
To the White House for the President's signature or veto.
The bill has to be passed by both houses of Parliament (The House of Reps and the Senate) in the same form, once that happens is it given to the Governor General to give royal assent.
A bill can be sent to the president for approval after both the House and the Senate pass the bill.A bill can only be sent to the President for approval if it has been passed by both the House and the Senate. It must be passed by both chambers of Congress with a majority in favor of it.
Once a bill enters the house it is then referred to a committee by the House speaker. The bill is then taken into consideration by the committee.
If there is any difference at all, even a single word, it goes to a Conference Committee made up of members of both the House and the Senate where compromises are made on the differences. The compromise bill is then returned to each house, with the same exact wording, for a final vote. Nothing is passed on to the President unless both houses have passed the same exact bill.
The lower house is usually the House of Representatives. When a bill is first introduced, read by everyone in the house and placed on the agenda for the next session, the bill is then debated, scrutinized and requesting for amendments in the lower house. When the bill is accepted through the House of Representatives (lower house), the bill is then passed on to the upper house (Senate House) and further debated upon. If the majority of seats in the Senate House belongs to the Government Party, the bill can be easily passed through. If the majority of seats belongs to the Opposition, the passing of the bill might get complicated. The debating of passing the bill is pursued and voted upon. If the bill needs amendments, it'll be passed back to the lower house and the entire process is repeated until the bill is passed to both the houses (bicameral legislature) Easy to say, the lower house is where the Prime Minister lives and where most the heat begins, and the upper house has the authority to refuse the bill and knock it back.