How a Bill Become a Law - Connor Lee
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Members of Congress, the Executive Branch, or even citizens may write up ideas for bills and place them in a hopper to be observed.
A representative introduces a bill in the House.
Speaker of the House sends the bill to committee.
The committee may pigeonhole, table, amend, or vote on the bill. If bill passes, it goes to Rules Committee. If no amends are made and the bill is major they may put it on the House Calendar.
Rules committee decides the rules for floor debate, and when the bill will come up in debate.
House debates the bill, and may add amendments. If a majority votes in favor of the bill, it goes to the Senate.
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