That the legislation is coming 10 years after the worst credit crunch since the Great Depression has fueled passions around the debate. The bill would scale back regulations that Democrats pushed through in the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act — the sweeping statute that rewrote the rules of the financial industry. Since Senators of Democratic and Republicans are still arguing about this change in the Dodd-Frank Act, it is on stage 5 which is Floor action--Debate.
Florida Senator Linda Stewart filed two amendments Tuesday afternoon, confronting the urgent need for gun safety reform onto bills presently scheduled for a floor vote. The amendments are intended to prevent weapons specifically designed to deliver high rates of lethal gunfire without the need to pause and reload from falling into the hands of people who might carry out a massacre. Since there is already a amendment about gun control and they want to reform the amendment to have a safer living conditions, it is on stage 5 which is called floor action--amendments.
D.C.-area students marched from the Capitol to the White House to ask lawmakers and President Donald Trump for changes in gun laws in order to less worry about gun shooting in school. Since students skipped school to protest for a change in gun control policy and it is actually heard by government and congress, it is on stage 1 which is called desire for legislation is voiced.
Government funding expired at midnight after Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky held up the Senate’s vote on a budget deal, but both chambers eventually gave their approval, and therefore military will now be stronger. Since president already signed the bill, that means president approves act and it will become a law. It is on stage 11 which is called executive signs act.