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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?

asked by Anonymous
  1. No, not B.

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

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. so would it be A?

    posted by Anonymous
  3. Yes, A.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  4. Thank you

    posted by Anonymous
  5. You're welcome.

    posted by Ms. Sue

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