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  • 1. BILL LAW How a Bill Becomes a Law START
  • 2. A bill starts out as an… …idea from a citizen, who notifies their congressman. …idea from a newspaper that a congressman reads.
  • 3. The congressman then… …writes the bill and presents it to Congress. …writes the bill and sends it into the local newspaper.
  • 4. Then the bill… …goes to committee. …is presented by the congressman who wrote it.
  • 5. The committee then decides… …to present the bill favorably, and it moves forward. …they don’t like it, and write a different bill that they like better.
  • 6. Then the bill goes… …to the Supreme Court for approval. …to the House of Representatives for a vote.
  • 7. Once the House votes yes, the bill goes to… …the President of the United States to be signed. …the Senate, and back into committee.
  • 8. Once the Senate committee presents the bill favorably, the bill… …is voted on by the Senate. …is signed by the President.
  • 9. Once the Senate votes yes, the bill goes… …goes back to the House of Representatives. …goes to the White House.
  • 10. Once the bill is in the White House, the President… …signs it into law. …throws it in the garbage.
  • 11. CONGRATULATIONS!! You correctly travelled with a bill on its way to becoming a law. Here is a fun video for you to watch!