Jim-Bob Jeffery is your average hickabilly, looking to lower the drinking age to 16 for his kids. However, since he is a hickabilly, Jim-Bob has no idea how to go about making this idea something more. So today, Jim-Bob is going to learn how to turn this idea into something more.
What Jim-Bob doesn’t know is he’s going to try and turn a bill into a law. In order to do that, Jim-Bob has to be able to make sure this idea is known to the Senate and the House of Representatives so they can debate it. By putting a bill into a hopper, Jim-Bob is able to introduce the bill to them. In theory, the two would vote on whether or not this bill should pass. But seeing as Jim-Bob randomly barged in on this Standing Committee in session, they were very taken aback and asked security to escort him out.
If Jim-Bob were to let his bill be known by them in the real way, the whole situation would’ve gone a lot better. If the senate and house of representatives had agreed on the bill, they would’ve sent it to the governor for them to look at. If they disagree, they can veto it - which means it's a no go. If they approve, the bill is taken into action. And you're one step closer to your bill becoming a law!