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what is the path a bill must take to become a law?

A.) the house or senate introduces a bill, and if both houses approve it and the president signs it, the bill becomes a law.

B.) the president proposes a bill, and if the house approves and signs it, the bill becomes a law.

C.) The president proposes a bill, and if the senate approves and signs it, the bill becomes a law.

D.) The house introduces a bill, and if the senate approves it, the bill becomes a law.


I'm pretty sure it's B but i'm not completely sure. Please help?

  1. Ms. Sue

    No, not B.

    https://kids-clerk.house.gov/grade-school/lesson.html?intID=17

  2. Anonymous

    so would it be A?

  3. Ms. Sue

    Yes, A.

  4. Anonymous

    Thank you

  5. Ms. Sue

    You're welcome.

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