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If the Senate and the House of Representatives approve a bill where does it go for further approval?

President


Can the president veto a bill passed by the senate with 69 votes?

I assume the House of Representatives has approved the bill then sent it to the Senate for its vote. If the Senate then passes the bill by 69 votes or even 100 votes, the President can veto it. The Constitution does not prohibit a veto if a certain percentage of Congressmen approve it on the first try. After the bill is vetoed it goes back to the House where it originated and if that House votes by 2/3 majority to pass it, it goes to the other House for its approval. If 2/3 of that House also approves it, the bill becomes law without the President's approval. At that point in the process the President does not even have the right to veto the bill.


What must happen to have a bill sent to the president?

Most bills start in committees. A bill that passes committee is then voted on in the full house or senate. A bill must pass the house and the senate, and then it goes to the president.


What is senate rules x file?

Its when the House or the Senate places a bill that will go no further in the process, so its placed on the "X-files" This does not mean that the bill is dead it just means that for the session being, the bill is going no further, it can be reinstuated on the next regular or special session.


What happens after the house and senate vote to approve a bill?

It goes to the next house for approval. Example: If senate approves a bill it goes to the house of representatives.

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F a bill passes the Senate where does it go for further approval?

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If the Senate and the House of Representatives approve a bill where does it go for further approval?

President


When can a bill sent to the president for approval?

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.


F the standing committee votes in favor of a bill where does it go for further approval?

It goes to the floor of the body of the house for a vote. Let's say it is in the Senate, goes to committee, and then it goes back to the Senate for a vote. Once that is done it goes to the house and the process starts over.


When can a bill be sent to president for approval?

After it passes both houses of congress.


Who approved bills to become laws?

Once a bill passes both the Senate and House of Representatives, it is sent to the President for his approval. If he veto it, then that bill has to be passed by 2/3 majority of the congress, then it become law without presidential consent.


When does the bill go to the president?

After it has been approved by a Senate majority vote.


When a bill passes in both houses of Congress to whom is the bill sent for final approval?

After a bill passes both Houses of Congress it goes to the President for the final signature.


Can a bill be amended in the house after it has been passes by the senate?

Yes


If a bill start in the senate and passes where is it sent next?

The bill goes to the house of representatives


Can the president veto a bill passed by the senate with 69 votes?

I assume the House of Representatives has approved the bill then sent it to the Senate for its vote. If the Senate then passes the bill by 69 votes or even 100 votes, the President can veto it. The Constitution does not prohibit a veto if a certain percentage of Congressmen approve it on the first try. After the bill is vetoed it goes back to the House where it originated and if that House votes by 2/3 majority to pass it, it goes to the other House for its approval. If 2/3 of that House also approves it, the bill becomes law without the President's approval. At that point in the process the President does not even have the right to veto the bill.


Where does the bill go after it passes the house?

It is then sent to the Senate for their consideration, unless the bill has already been passed by the Senate, in which case, it is sent to the President.