How A Bill Becomes A Law- Sara Malinak

How A Bill Becomes A Law- Sara Malinak

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  • How a Bill Becomes a Law
  • How a Bill Becomes a Law!
  • Hello, I am Jerry!
  • Sara Malinak Period 1 Comic Strip
  • Step 1
  • Oh, don't you remember those fine old days that we could actually see the sky, Jimmy? Pollution is really taking over the city.
  • Oh, I remember. Everyday the power plant burns fossil fuels. Maybe we should start a petition to decrease the amount of fossil fuels burned!
  • Step 2 
  • I will write down Jerry's wondeful ideas!
  • Sara Malinak Period 1 
  • Step 3 
  • Committee revisions/ debate
  • revision #1: use more solar panels and wind energy
  • Revision #2: Power plants will still be in use, but solar and wind will be the main source of energy
  • The bill starts out as a constituents idea.
  • Step 4
  • The Senate
  • Jerry will share his idea, and will have a representative write down his idea, and the representative will introduce it to congress.
  • Step 5
  • President Donald Trump's office
  • The bill goes to committee and they debate, and make revisions to the bill. 
  • I disagree with this idea. Power plants are necessary and switching to reusable sources will cost too much.
  • I think that this bill should become a law, it will make our state so much more cleaner! We will send this idea to the House of Representatives!
  • The House of Representatives and Senate will vote on the bill.
  • Over 2/3 of the Senators voted yes for the bill! we will send it to the president!
  • I'm so glad the House of Representatives passed the bill!
  • This is a fantastic idea! Ever since the industrial revolution our atmosphere has been getting worse and worse! if we switch to renewable energy, our country will become cleaner, and better for the citizens! I will sign this bill!
  • The bill is hopefully signed by the president so it becomes a law, or the president can veto the bill, which can be overturned if 2/3 of Congress votes on it. 
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