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.