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Majority floor leader decides when the whole Senate will consider the Bill. The Bill is then debated. Amendments may be made and if the Senate votes a majority in favor, the Bill goes back to the house.
If the House rejects any of the changes, the Bill goes to a conference committee of members from both houses. The committee then work out a compromise.
Both houses must approve changes made by the conference committee. If approved, the Bill goes to the President.
The President then has the opportunity to sign the bill and have it become a law, or veto the bill and send it back to the house.
And that is how a Bill becomes a Law!
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