Use the information provided in your textbook on the Congress, relevant Internet websites and these two congressional websites to respond to the discussion question below. Link: Link: How a Bill

Use the information provided in your textbook on the Congress,  relevant Internet websites and these two congressional websites to  respond to the discussion question below. Link: Link: How  a Bill Becomes a Law may appear to be a fairly straightforward and not  all that complex a process if you simply review a typical diagram  provided in most textbooks. However, at every step in the process from a  bill’s introduction to the options available to the President if that  bill passes both chambers and makes its way to the White House, there is  the very real possibility of a bill being revised or killed by  leadership, committee and subcommittee chairs, influence of lobbyists,  the White House and other powerful influences. Indeed, of the thousands  of bills introduced in each chamber in a two-year term, less than ten  percent even make it to the floor of even one chamber for a vote and  less than one percent reach the White House. (1) Develop a diagram or bullet list for the House of Representatives  and one for the Senate showing how a bill may become a law and (2) in  brief paragraphs at each step in the process explain how a bill may be  allowed to move forward or be killed.

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