How a bill becomes a law This is my bill

My bill is that school should only be 5 hours. To get this bill passed into a law I will need to represent it to my local representative Mr. Tan Parker.

This is Tan Parker

He will then draft the bill and submits it to the House of Representatives or the Senate. It will then be sent to the appropriate committee.

The congress

The bill is then reviewed by a standing committee they can either floor, change or table the bill. If the bill is floored then it will go to the house or senate.

This is the floor literally.

Then the bill goes to the house to be voted on, and if 51% approves then it goes on to senate. If senate approves by 51% then it goes to the president to be signed into a law.

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