Which step in the process of a bill becoming a law, is NOT a "floor action"?
A. A bill is referred to Senate committee
B. The House and Senate reach a compromise on a bill.
C. The Senate debates and passes its form of a bill.
D. The House and Senate approve compromise.
Is the answer C?
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