The bill goes to the senate, where it gets a new number and sponsor, and it goes back to committee, where it is changed and voted on once more.
The whole senate votes on the bill,and the bill moves on to conference committee.
The bill goes to a conference committeewhere they agreeon a common bill, as the senate amended the house's bill.
Bothhouses vote on the final bill. If it passes,it moves on to the president.
The president gets the bill. If he likes it, he can sign it, and it becomes law. If he does not, he vetoes it. It then goes back to congress, where a 2/3 majority votes to override the veto, making it a law. If they can't find time for the bill in 10 days, it becomes a law if congress is in session. If not, the bill is automatically vetoed, known as a pocket veto.