No. Both houses need to pass it.
To pass a bill to the president, there must be a majority vote in both houses (over 50%). If the president vetoes the bill, it still may pass, except this time it needs a 2/3 majority vote from both houses.
Only if the bill is approved by both houses of Congress and the President can then sign the bill into a law
Congress can pass a vetoed bill with a two-thirds majority vote in both houses.
SHORT VERSION: A bill is introduced into Congress. Hearings are held on the bill in both houses of Congress. If both houses of Congress agree on the wording of the bill and pass it, it is sent to the President for his signature. If the President signs it, it becomes law.
It goes to the President.
2/3 vote in both houses
A bill must pass by a simple majority in both houses of Congress before it goes to the President.
2/3rd vote. Then the bill is sent to the President, and he must sign it to pass or he can veto it.
the first method to pass a bill is to pass it through both houses of legislature, buy a 2/3 majority in each.
this is because the houses may have different opinions, so it must be agreed upon by both
the bill must pass both houses of Congress
I think you are referring to how a bill becomes a law. A bill must pass both houses of congress and then the president must sign it.
Both houses of Congress (House of Representatives and the Senate) need to pass the bill in order for it to be sent to the President to either sign or Veto.
2/3 of the voters need to vote to pass it.
Both Houses of Congress must pass the bill again with a 2/3 majority to make it a law over the President's veto; otherwise the bill dies and does not become law.
A simple majority in both houses is required to pass a bill in Congress. In every member votes, this means 51 senators and 218 representatives. If the President vetoes bill, it takes two-thirds of the members of both houses to override the veto.
The bill must first pass in both houses of Congress by a 2/3 majority.
2/3 vote in both houses can overturn a presidential veto
A conference committee tries to work out a compromise bill bill acceptable to both houses
I'm pretty sure that presidents can veto a bill and if this happens then enough votes from the other houses can have the bill pass anyway I hope this helped.
If the President's party majority holds a large majority in both houses of Congress, they are not likely to pass a bill that he says he is going to veto.