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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 3rd Reading 1st Reading 2nd Reading How A Bill Becomes A Law Bills are introducedor sponsored by a member of House orSenate and givena special ident. code. Standing Committe After Introductionbill is sent to committeeby Speaker of the House. Committee has three options: Pass, Ammend, or Kill the bill Rules Committee Establisheslimits for debate. All majority partymembers are appointed by the Speaker of the House. Bills are calenderedand may not be reviewed for a month Bills are prepared for floor debate. Vote on the Bill After all amendmentsare made, the House and Senate vote on the bill.House- Recorded vote; Yea, Nay, or Present.Senate- Roll call vote Sent to other Chambers Passed bills aresent to other chambers,read, sent to committee,calendered, debated, and then voted on. Conference Committee Formed when the house and senate have different versionsof the bill.10-15% end up here.They then sign a compromise bill that issent to the house and senate to vote for approval. All bills that havebeen passed, arethen sent to thePresident for approval. 4 options: President Sign the Bill.This makesit law. Veto the Bill.This makesit go back to Congress. Refuse to take Action.After 10 days,bill becomes law. Pocket Veto.Only if less than 10days left in Congressiona lTerm
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