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I will discuss this with the reading clerk.
I want to propose a bill on bullying.
Who approves of this bill.
A bill is proposed. The sponsor introduces the bill. The reading clerk says the name of the introducer, the bill number, and the bill title. Now the bill has passed its first reading.
The chair of the rules and operations of the senate committee for senate bills and the speaker of the house of representatives for house bills chooses a committee to study the bill. If they approve it is placed on the calendar for thoughts on it by the full membership of the body.
The person who introduced the bill will explain it. After everyone who wants to be heard is heard, there is a vote. If most people agree with it, the bill has passed its second reading and moves to the last reading.
After it passes the third reading it is sent to the other house, where it does the same thing as the first house did.
If the first house objects the changes to it from the second house, the two presiding officers appoint members to a conference committee where the 2 houses discuss their differences. If the committee agrees then the 2 houses vote on the recommended text.
After it pases both houses it is enrolled. A copy is made with space for signatures form the 2 presiding officers. The 2 officers sign and the bill is ratified. If it is a local law, it is then law at that point.
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