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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Conference Committee Standing Commitee 2nd and 3rd Reading vote on bill Send to other chamber and repeat steps Sent to President 1st Reading Bills are referred to committee by House speaker/ presiding officer in Senate Committee then assigns a sub committee and holds hearings.Bill options are to amend, pass, or table(take no more action) Bill is then sent to senate where they pick a date and debate Repeat what happens in the House on a smaller scale where each senator states vote aloud after the debate House bills must pass through rules committee before proceeding to the floor Speaker appoints majority party members Bills reported out of committee proceed to the floor of the House and senate and they vote on the amendments The House votes on the bill and votes are recorded in the electronic voting system If House and Senate versions of the bill differ they meet to form a conference committee to resolve problems 10-15% passed end up here where House and Senate vote to approve common bill and no more amendments are allowed Sign the bill(makes it a law), veto and returns to congress, refuse to take action(becomes law without signature), or pocket veto Presidents Options: *By Sara Stoddard How A Bill Becomes A Law Congress of the United States Bills are proposed laws presented to the legislative body Bills are introduced to the House and Senate, given a number, and then sent to the Standing Commitee permanent committee in legislative body where specified subject bills are referred After approval by both houses of congress. Rules Committee Establishes limits for debate and amendment of the bill elements Speaker decides when to debate the bill then the House votes on rules of debate and the general debate begins
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