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A delegate or senator has an idea for a bill usually from a constituent He or she presents the idea to the Division of Legislative Services and requests that it be drafted into a bill The bill is signed by the patron introduced and printed The bill is referred to an appropriate committee The members of the committee consider the bill and decide what action to take This is when the public may speak First Reading The bill title is printed in the Calendar or is read by the Clerk and the bill advances to second reading Second Reading The next day the bill title appears in the printed Calendar on second reading Bills are considered in the order in which they appear on the Calendar The Clerk reads the title of the bill a second time A bill on second reading is amendable A bill that has passed second reading with or without an amendment is engrossed If an amendment is adopted the bill is reprinted in its final form for passage Third Reading The next day the engrossed bill title appears in the Calendar on third reading The title is read a third time by the Clerk By recorded vote the bill is passed Communication When passed the bill is sent to the other body either by the Clerk in a communication or by a member in person informing the other body that the bill has passed In the other body The bill goes through essentially the same procedure as it did in the house of origin The bill title is printed in the Calendar or is read by the Clerk The bill is referred to a standing committee considered and reported by the committee The title is read a second and a third time before passage If the House amends a Senate bill or the Senate amends a House bill and the house of
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