How to Pass a State Law?

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To get a state law passed you first must get a state legislator to introduce it as a bill to the assembly or senate. Then you need to lobby the committee to recommend it. Then you need to lobby the whole voting body to pass it. After that the governor has to sign it, so lobbying him or her is the last step. You can find more information here: www.apnm.org
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A bill is written, heard and passed on to a number of committees. It travels more than Fed Ex. It is a very problematic process that you need to investigate. For more information see here: ;
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