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Report the bill w/ favorable recommendation. Report a substitute bill in place of the original bill. Report the bill without recommendation. Report the bill with amendments but without recommendation. Take no action on a bill.

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1. Read the Bill

2. Change the Bill


3. Replace the Bill with new one


4. Ignore the Bill and let it die


5. Kill the Bill with majority vote

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the 5 actions of a bill are what the house or repersenatives of the house make official as a bill

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Pass the Bill without any changes

Pass the Bill with amendments/changes

Pass the Bill unfavorably

Kill the Bill

Table the Bill

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the committee considers the details of the bill

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What options does a committee have when reviewing a bill?

to pass it on to the house or to NOT pass it.


What is the on-its toes committee that considers a bill?

The on-its toes committee that considers a bill is typically referred to as the standing committee. These committees are responsible for reviewing and analyzing proposed legislation in a specific policy area, such as education or finance. They play a crucial role in the legislative process by conducting hearings, making amendments, and ultimately recommending whether a bill should be passed or not.


Who decides which bill goes to the committee?

The committees decide if the bill is "good" or not to become a law.


When does a bill first go to a standing committee?

when does a bill first go to a standing committee


After bill is introduced by a senator it is numbered and referred to what type of committee?

When a bill is introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives, a bill clerk assigns it a number that begins with H.R. A reading clerk then reads the bill to all the Representatives, and the Speaker of the House sends the bill to one of the House standing committees. When the bill reaches committee, the committee members review, research, and revise the bill before voting on whether or not to send the bill back to the House floor.Through the multiple referral process, the bill is sent to several standing committees. If the committee members would like more information before deciding if the bill should be sent to the House floor, the bill is sent to a subcommittee. While in subcommittee, the bill is closely examined and expert opinions are gathered before it is sent back to the committee for approval.


Once a bill is introduced in Congress it is sent to the appropriate?

Standing Commitee


Where does a bill usually go after being assigned to a committee?

The majority leadership selects the committee Standing Commitee


After a bill is introduce by a senator it is numbered and referred to which committee?

Standing Committee


Which Senate committee can vote either for or against a bill?

standing committee


What Senate committee can vote either for or against a bill?

(standing committee)


When a bill is proposed which committee does it go through for consideration?

Standing Committee


What is the committee that the bill visits after the standing committee?

Pretty sure it's the Rules Committee.