How a Bill is Made (Through A Committee)
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First, the bill is thought of by (a) congressmen.
Then the bill is introduced into either the House or the Senate
It is then sent to a committee.
It is then discussed and debated.
There, the bill can either die, be pigeonholed, or can pass onto the house or another committee for debate.
If the bill is sent to another committee, they also debate on the issue and can either pass it or kill the bill. The bill will continue on through the house and senate until it dies or becomes a law.
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