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2.Members of the house of representives or the senate purpose the bill.
2.Citizens develop or suggest an ideas for a bill
1.How does a bill become a law?
4.The governor signs the bill. If he or she chooses not to sign the bill that is called a veto
3.Members of the house of representatives or the senate propose the bill
4.The house and the senate vote to approve the bill
5.The governor signs the bill.If he or she chooses not to sign the bill, it is called a veto
6.If the bill is vetoed, another vote can be taken.If more than 2/3 of the house and the senate vote to approve it,the bill becomes a law.
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