How A Bill Becomes A Law Storyboard

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  • What is a bill and how is it introduced?
  • I don't know....
  • Can anyone answer this?
  • Where deos the bill go and what does Congress do with it?
  • After being introduced, the Speaker of the House sends a bill to a committee
  • So, what happens in a committee and what happens to the bill if it makes ikt out of the committee?
  • A bill is a draft of a proposed law that is brought to either the House or Congress. It is introduced in either the House or the Senate by a member of each, but only a member of the House may introduce a bill about taxes or spending. 
  • How does a bill die while becoming a law and can someone other than the president veto it?
  • Congress also has to send the bill to a committee for approval. They also consider solutions that only affect one house.
  • So, what is the President's role?
  • The committees of each must vote on it. If it is passed, it goes to a rules committee and they decide when it will come up for a debate in Congress and the House. The debate is open to all member of the House and Senate.
  • What is a veto, how is it used, and how can Congress override it?
  • A committee may run down a law, or if it ,makes it to the President, he may veto. Congress can also veto with a two-thirds vote.
  • The President's role is to either sign or veto a bill, but Congress can override it.
  • A veto is the ability to deny a bill. The President and Committees can both veto a bill, but it can be overridden by a two-thirds vote in Congress. 
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