US Law Making Process

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US Law Making Process

U.S. LAW MAKING PROCESS

By: Nathan Cummings

Step 1: Bill is Introduced to House of Representatives

Step 2: Committee Hearings and Mark Ups

Step 3: Bill is passed to the Senate.

The Bill gets introduced before congress and is given a number. Ex: H.R. 1

If the House votes in favor of the bill it is passed to the Senate for their approval

The bill reaches the committee in the House and they decide whether or not to make changes and if it should be passed to the full body for a vote.

Step 4: Referral to Conference Committee

If both chambers do not agree on the bill then it is sent to a committee with members from both to try and figure out what changes to make to it.

Step 5: Approval of the conference report

After conference both the House and Senate must aprove the conference report, if they don't the bill dies. If they both approve it then it gets passed to the president.

Step 6: Presidential approval or veto

After both chambers approve the bill it is sent to the President where it is signed into law or the President vetos the bill and suggests changes.

Step 7: Overriding Presidential veto

A Presidential veto can be overidden by a 2/3 vote of congressional members in attendance.


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