How Does a Bill Become a Law?

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How Does a Bill Become a Law?

Postby stockbroker » Sat Jun 02, 2012 5:31 pm

A law is first a bill, an idea convertible to a law. A law begins in an idea that has a rough idea of becoming a law. In the time during which the House is in session, a bill can be introduced. A bill is an idea that can be introduced by any of the members of Congress. Bills can be of various types. A public bill is the one that applies to the general population. A private bill may apply to a single person of a certain group of people. The local government proposes local bills and they apply to a certain locality. Hybrid bills are those, which combine the facets of both public and private bills. It is an accepted form in the UK but not a recognized type of bills in Canada.

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Re: How Does a Bill Become a Law?

Postby chem » Sat Jun 02, 2012 5:44 pm

stockbroker wrote:A law is first a bill, an idea convertible to a law. A law begins in an idea that has a rough idea of becoming a law. In the time during which the House is in session, a bill can be introduced. A bill is an idea that can be introduced by any of the members of Congress. Bills can be of various types. A public bill is the one that applies to the general population. A private bill may apply to a single person of a certain group of people. The local government proposes local bills and they apply to a certain locality. Hybrid bills are those, which combine the facets of both public and private bills. It is an accepted form in the UK but not a recognized type of bills in Canada.

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Re: How Does a Bill Become a Law?

Postby MrPapagiorgio » Sat Jun 02, 2012 5:47 pm

chem wrote:
stockbroker wrote:A law is first a bill, an idea convertible to a law. A law begins in an idea that has a rough idea of becoming a law. In the time during which the House is in session, a bill can be introduced. A bill is an idea that can be introduced by any of the members of Congress. Bills can be of various types. A public bill is the one that applies to the general population. A private bill may apply to a single person of a certain group of people. The local government proposes local bills and they apply to a certain locality. Hybrid bills are those, which combine the facets of both public and private bills. It is an accepted form in the UK but not a recognized type of bills in Canada.

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Re: How Does a Bill Become a Law?

Postby Mr. Pancakes » Sat Jun 02, 2012 5:48 pm

MrPapagiorgio wrote:
chem wrote:
stockbroker wrote:A law is first a bill, an idea convertible to a law. A law begins in an idea that has a rough idea of becoming a law. In the time during which the House is in session, a bill can be introduced. A bill is an idea that can be introduced by any of the members of Congress. Bills can be of various types. A public bill is the one that applies to the general population. A private bill may apply to a single person of a certain group of people. The local government proposes local bills and they apply to a certain locality. Hybrid bills are those, which combine the facets of both public and private bills. It is an accepted form in the UK but not a recognized type of bills in Canada.

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Re: How Does a Bill Become a Law?

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