Bill to law

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  • I propose that anyone that wants to be on the board of education for BEAUFORT, CARTERET, CLEVELAND, DARE, HYDE, MADISON, ONSLOW, PENDER, AND YANCEY Counties sould be a partisan.
  • We vote no
  • I vote yes 
  • A bill is a proposed law that can be drafted by any competent person. The General Assembly has the duty to draft bills for the state departments and agencies. Legislators have two offices which they turn to for drafts of bills.
  • We vote no.
  • I vote yes
  • A bill is introduced by placing it on the presiding officer's desk or by formally introducing it on the Senate Floor. In the House, a bill clerk assigns the bill a number. The first reading of a bill means the bill's title is read on the House Floor. The bill is then referred to a committee for markup.
  • I vote no
  • We vote yes
  • The bill is referred to the appropriate committee,each have jurisdiction over different areas of public policy, such as agriculture, education and the workforce, and international relations.The bill is placed on the committee's calendar.The committee debates on and marks up the proposed bill, and may or may not make changes to it.Committee members vote to accept or reject the changes made during the markup session.
  • when is comes time for the consideration by the  first house the chair will recognize the sponsor of the bill or the person who recommended the bill, that person explains the bill then  anyone who wishes to speak gets the chance. If the vote is passed, the bill is said to have passed its second reading and moves to its third and final reading, at which time there may be more debate.
  • After a bill passes its third reading it gets passed to another house. It goes through the same process of the 1st house. If approved it is debated on and voted on at 2nd and 3rd readings on the floors 
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