Eleven Steps on How a Bill Becomes a Law (Bill is introduced to the House…
Eleven Steps on How a Bill Becomes a Law
Bill is introduced to the House of Representatives
Bill is sent to House of Representatives committee
House of Representatives committee votes
Bill debated on the House of Representatives floor
House of Representatives votes on the bill
Bill introduced in the Senate
Sent to Senate Committee
Senate Committee Votes
Bill debated on Senate floor (possible Filibuster)
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They vote on it. Like, whether it's useful or not.
The Senate is probably also the part of the Senate that has more authority.
The Senate gets to look over the bill.
So now lithe whole house votes on the Bill instead of just the committee.
They basically debate whether or not it's useful, what the law entails, and how it works.
They...they vote on it.
I assume the House of Representatives Committee is like the part of the House of Representatives that has more authority than the others.
Basically, the new Bill is shown to the House of Representatives.