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Describe the process of how a bill becomes a specific law with specific attetnion to the hurdles that result in the death of most bills Our government consist of three branches wich re the judicial legislative and executive This branches of government for the most part are the ones that maintian order in our country Each branch is assigned to a sepcific task for example the legislative branch wich is made up of congrss is responsible for making the laws but how are laws made Congrees has two annual sessions with in each term During this sessions many bills are propsed However oly about five to ten percent of all the bills porposed will pass as laws As the steps abill must go through to become a law The chances of it becoming a law become slim to none first a bill is introduce by anone in either the senate or the house in the house of reprsenatives the represenative signs his name on a bill and putds it on the clearks sesk or it in a box called the hopper however in the senat it is usually introduced by the sponers from the floor There after one must wait for the bill is then given a number HR 253- Hr indicates the House of Represenatives and put on the it to be put onto the agenda The bill can be made publicwich pertains to public affairs or private whichpertains to a particular invidual Then the bill is referred to a standing commitee here the bill is heard by hearings After the billl is heard it id gave to differnt committies It could be given to many committies to be passed through multiple referral Although through muliple refferel it gives the bill toa chance to be heard by many peole it takes along time becaue it goes through eveyrone and by the time it is done it could
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