How a bill becomes law

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  • If the bill passes in the senate, it is then sent to the president
  • The president will read the bill. then he has a few options of how to address the bill:
  • A.) PRESIDENT AGREES WITH BILL. The president may agree with the bill, sign it, and the bill will become a law
  • B.) president uses the pocket veto if the president doesn't sign the bill within 10 days and congress is NOT IN SESSION, the bill will not become a law. This is known as a pocket veto
  • a.) if the president dosent sign the bill within 10 days and congress is in session, the bill will become a law. C.) if the president doesn't agree with the law , he can veto the bill, and it will be sent back to congress.
  • Congressional override of Veto The bill will be voted upon in congress again and if 2/3 of congress votes in favor of the bill, it will become a law. If less then 2/3 of the congress vote in favor,The Bill dies.
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