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where do bills or ideas for laws come from???

what bills or ideas might each group of people suggest?

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1. Ideas for bills and laws come from citizens. If enough support is shown, then legislators propose and enact these laws. Also (sadly) -- many ideas for laws come from lobbyists who want to promote specific industries or special interests.

To which groups of people do you refer?

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Ms. Sue

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