Just turn it in after you're done by doing it in google classroom or share it through something...
1. Possible Law Is Born2. Committee Takes Action
3.Bill Goes Through Hearings4. Subcommittee Edits Bill
5. Bill Goes Back To Committee6. Voting
Bills are formed from ideas that anyone can think of to improve society. After that, they take it to get reviewed by the committee yet they can choose to ignore it which "kills" the bill.
7. Another Voting Process8. Official's Conference
The bill gets sent to the subcommittee which is the group that decides to send to officials. The edit it for a bit once the vote passes for them.
9. Final Moves10. Veto
After editing the bill for a bit, they send it back to the committee. That's when the committee votes again to finally send to the executives.
11. Everybody Is Gone!12. Conference In Session
After voting they send it to a chamber which goes through the same process of voting and editing the bill. While this is happening, the house and senate talk about this possible new law yet they both have to agree to have it as a law.
Agreeing with the same or identical bill, they send it to the president who can approve it. The president can simply deny it but the house and senate must have a 2/3 to having the law to pass.
If the president ignores the bill and the senate and house are no longer in conference, the bill dies. If they are still in conference, it becomes a law.