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Over two hundred years ago this countrys constitution was written so that the people of the United States of America will have a system of government that worked and one that protected them Ever since John Hancock and the other founding fathers signed the document this country has been all it was hoped to become The Constitution was broken up into many Articles that deal with certain objectives Three examples of those Articles are The process a bill must go through before it becomes a law the powers of the president and the kinds of interstate reciprocity that are guaranteed Members of the House of Representatives as well as members of the Senate create bills After being proposed the bill must go through a vote in wither the House or the Senate and if passed it is presented to the president When the president receives the bill he decides whether or not the bill is sufficient and deserves to become a law He either approves the bill to become a law or he denies it and returns it to where it was originated with a list of his objections Now the House or Senate has ten days to deliberate and decide whether the bill is still worth passing After modifying the bill the house where it originated must vote on whether it is passed only an approval of two thirds of the members can pass the bill After the vote the passed bill is now sent to the other house with the list of objections Here another deliberation and vote occurs and if passed the bill finally becomes a law If Congress cannot return the newly passed law to the President within ten days the president may use his own dicression on whether the bill be passed This process of how a bill becomes a law is preformed under a system of checks and balances leaving no body of the government with too much power
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