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1Bills are introduced in the House by its members This is done so by dropping the bills into a hopper 2Bills and resolution are then taken into consideration at each session of Congress 3The clerk of the House numbers each bill as its introduced The clerk also gives the bill a short title The bill is then entered in the House Journal and Congressional Record for the day 4The speaker refers the bill to the appropriate standing committee The subcommittee reviews hearings public testifies the proposed bill and junkets trips to locations by a subcommittee affected by a measure The bills that dont die in pigeonholed or with a discharge petition that were referred to the subcommittee go onto the full committee 5The full committee may report the bill favorably refuse to report the bill report the bill in amended form report the bill with an unfavorable recommendation or report a committee bill 6A bill reported by a House Rules committee is placed on one of several calendars 7If a bill reaches the floor it receives its second reading and consideration 8When general debate on the bill begins its read section by section Votes and amendments are taken during the debate 9When votes are taken they are in the form of voice votes all in favor and all opposed 15 quorum demands a teller vote or a role-call vote The bill is either passed or defeated 10Once a bill has been approved at a second reading its engrossed Then its read a third time by title and a final vote is taken 11If the bill is approved at third reading its signed by the Speaker A page then carries it to the Senate and places it on the Senate presidents desk 12Bills are introduced by Senators A measure is then given a number and short title read twice and referred to standing committee 13The bill is referred to the subcommittee for study hearings
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