How does a Bill Turn Into a Law?


In order for a bill to turn into a law, both the House of Representatives and the Senate must pass the bill by a majority vote. After the bill is passed, it is then sent to the President who can either approve the bill or veto the bill. If the President approves the bill, it then becomes a law. If it is vetoed, it must go back through Congress and be passed with a two-thirds vote to become a law without the President's signature. You can find out more information here:
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It has to pass through the Congress and Senate. From this point it is sent to the President of the United States. He signs it and it is law.
A bill is submitted, or introduced, in either the House of Representatives or the Senate. The bill must pass the legislative chamber in which it is submitted by a majority vote. Before
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