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Diagram name: How a Bill Becomes a Law, created by: Lizbian
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Bill is proposed, House of Representatives, Senate, Standing Committee, Standing Committee, Committee either sends bill to floor or IT DIES, Committee either sends bill to floor or IT DIES, Floor Action: Bill is debated; vote to send bill on, or IT DIES, Floor Action: Bill is debated; vote to send bill on, or IT DIES, Sent to other house, Hasn't been through Senate, Hasn't been through House, Goes to conference committee if different version of bill was passed in each house. Single version sent back to floor of each house, Been through both houses, Been through both houses, If floor passes same bill as Senate, it goes to the President; if not, IT DIES, If floor passes same bill as House, it goes on to the President; if not, IT DIES, President has 10 days to:, Sign bill into law, Veto bill, Do nothing, Sent back to Congress; both House and Senate must have 2/3 majority vote to override veto, Bill becomes a law, Pocket veto, If congess has ended,

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