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The bill is questioned on if it is worthy enough to become a law.
Bill comes up for consideration
House and Senate members speak on behalf of the bill
The members argue and debate over controversial issues related to the bill.
Each member of the house votes on the bill before it is sent to the president
After a majority of Congress approves, the bill is signed.
Bill is signed by the Speaker of the House and the President of the Senate
After the two houses approve the bill, the bill is sent to the executive branch.
Bill is sent to the president
Bill becomes a law
If the president approves it, the bill is a law. If it is vetoed, it goes back to the houses, and if it is left alone, it becomes a law after 10 days.
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