Any person can write a bill and then send it off to try to get it passed by the legislative services commissions bill drafting division where they read it and go over it usually by the command of the general assembly and they have two offices they can turn for the drafts of bills.
After drafting the bill they have to introduce the bill where only a member of the general assembly where they read off who introduced the bill and the bill number and that is read off by the reading clerk and after this the bill is now done with its first reading.
Once the bill has been read over the first time usually the Chair of the Rules and Operations of the Senate committee and the Speaker of the house of representatives send a bill off to one of the committees to read over it and do a redraft of the bill and if they think there should be any changes to it then they can do it then they can place it on the calendar to be read over by the body where they can make amendments to it.
now the bill has to be read by the full body committee in which the bill is read off and then any member who wants to say something about the bill will be heard and at the end they all vote on the bill and if the bill had a majority of them that are trying to pass it then it gets sent off to the third and final reading where there can be more debating.
after the third and final reading the bill goes through one last one which is the same as the first reading whenre they debate and vote on the bill and if it passed then the bill moves onto the second and third floor
after the bill has past the first two houses the bill is enrolled and is a clean and final copy that the two presiding officers read over and then sign the final copy and if it is an instate bill then it immediately becomes a law.