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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 breakfast HOW BILLS BECOME LAWS RULES COMMITTEE-Determines under what rule other bills will come to the floor. -House rules the Committee. 1ST READING-Bill is introduced to Legislature. -Reading title the speaker decides which standing committee the bill will go to. SEND TO STANDING COMMITTEE-Bills sent to a Committee that the speaker thinks the bill fall under. -90% of bills don't pass these standing committees. SENT TO THE PRESIDENT-The President can veto, or sign a bill to be passed. 3 MAIN OPTIONS HAVE WITH A BILL - Nullify, Pass, Amend -Nullify- Get rid of the bill, Pass- Pass the bill to go to Congress, Amend- Make changes that the Congress & Standing Committee agrees with in order to pass a law 2ND READING- Process where a draft of a bill is read again. VOTE ON THE BILL- Needs a 2/3 majority vote to be passed. - The bill will either be passed or killed. SENT TO OTHER CHAMBER (REPEATS STEPS 1-7)-Bill is then sent to Senate and then takes all steps the house did. - If the Senate comes up with a different version than the house ill is sent to conference committee CONFERENCE COMMITTEE-Drafts a compromise on a bill that has been passes with twodifferent versions House 2. by Senate -Makes compromises for both Senate and House 3RD READING-Bill is read with all amendments & given final approval by legislative body -Bill can be amended now with 2/3 vote double click to change this title text!
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