Bills that raise revenue
The U.S. Constitution, Article I, Section 7, Clause 1 states, "All Bills for raising Revenue shall originate in the House of Representatives; but the Senate may propose or concur with amendments as on other Bills."
The House of Representatives is the one that originated the revenue bills. The Senate may agree or propose the revenue bills.
The House of Representatives introduces revenue bills.
Revenue bills must start in the House of Representatives (not the Senate).
Revenue bills. They concern both revenue (taxes) and expenditures (appropriations).
House is where all bills of revenue start, but congress passes the laws and the budget.
Revenue Bills or Tax Bills
The bills proposed to raise money for the federal government are called revenue bills. Revenue bills must pass through both houses, but originate in the House of Representatives.
Bills of revenue start in the House.
The Senate of Canada reviews legislation passed by the elected House of Commons, and passes, rejects, or suggests amendments to those bills. The Senate can also propose its own bills, provided that these do not appropriate revenue (as money bills are the exclusive right of the House of Commons).
House of Rep.
The bills of revenue don't start in the senate.
The house of representatives
The tax revenue bills will be written by the House of Representatives. However, the Congress has to amend the bill to fit the needs of the country.
Revenue Bills must begin in the House of Representatives.
House of representatives
The United States Constitution requires that federal revenue bills be created by the House of Representatives. This is laid out in Article I, Section 7 of the Constitution.
the House of Representatives