In order for a bill to be passed it must go through both the House of Representatives and the Senate and has to be approved by the President, unless a veto occures, the the bill then becomes a law and is enforced by the government.
A bill is only something that people within the government wish to be a law.
I understand politics now!
What i am saying is that it is not set in stone. it could go either way.
so, you're saying that the tax on our wifi might not happen?
Now, I'll explain this in a deeper context. A member of the House or Senate must introduce a bill in Congress before any idea can be considered for a law. In order for a bill to be passed onto the president, first it must be passed through both the House and the Senate or a third of the majority has to vote on it. After it is passed through both the House and the Senate, it moves its way to the president where he can either pass the bill or veto it which he can do with the slightest of error within the bill. whether he doesnt like the font, disagrees with a small portion or sentence of the bill or doesnt like specifically one word within the prompt, it will be sent back and will have to go through the same process al over again and can continue to be done until the bill is no longer relevant or is retracted from the House or Senate.