How a bill becomes a law
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By Keenan Reiss Ms.Sheehan Period 4
One of the coaches at college thought that athletes should have to spend 2 years in college not just one. This would let them learn more and succeed.
The people at the committee are discussing if they should say yes or no. One person says yes the next person says yes. Then the next person says yes and finally the last person says yes. No it goes to the House of Representatives.
In the House of Representatives they were all discussing about the law. There were naming the pros and cons of it. There were more pros and cons. It was time to make the decision. They all voted yes so now the bill goes to the Senate.
When the bill arrives at the Senate they are already discussing it. They really like it and they think it's a good bill. There was only one person that voted no but everyone else votes yes. Now off to the president for the final decision.
In the Oval Office the president was reviewing a bill. The president really likes this bill. This way people can get more educated.
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