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how are bills made?
STEP 1: The Creation of a Bill Members of the House or Senate draft, sponsor and introduce bills for consideration by Congress. The House clerk assigns a legislative number for bills introduced in the House of Representatives
A bill is proposed legislation under consideration by a legislature. A bill does not become law until it is passed by the legislature and, in most cases, approved by the executive. there are 7 steps for a bill to be a law
STEP 2: Committee Action Usually, a committee is assigned to study the bill according to its subject matter. Often a committee will refer the bill to one of its subcommittees. The subcommittee may request reports from government agencies,
STEP 3: Floor Action The bill is returned to the full House or Senate for further debate and approval. At this point members may propose amendments to the bill, add additional text, or otherwise alter the bill.STEP 4: Vote House and Senate members vote on their respective versions of the proposed bill.
STEP 6: Presidential Action After the bill is passed by both Chambers it is sent to the President for his approval or his signature, which if granted creates a Public Law.A vetoed bill may return to Congress for reconsideration. If the President does not act within 10 days the bill automatically becomes law. If Congress adjourns during the 10 days after the bill is sent to the President and he does not sign it, the bill is automatically vetoed. This process is also known as a pocket veto.
STEP 7: The Creation of a Law The Office of Federal Register assigns the Public Law a number and the Government Printing Office prints a copy of it. Laws are issued first in slip form containing one law.