1. A house representative sponsors an upcoming bill. Bill gets assigned to a committee and it gets studied by that committee. They put the bill on calendar to be debated and voted on. They need 51 out of 100 to pass new bills. 2. This article shows the process of how bills are passed through legislation. It goes through each step one by one. It also lets us know how many people are needed for new bills to pass.
1.The legislative branches main responsibility is the creation of laws. Each US State has a legislative branch and they all act in similar fashion to the federal legislative branch. Article one of the US constitution outlines the federal legislative branch. 2. This article is an explanation of how the legislative branch works and what it specifically works. It tells us what the states have in terms of legislation and what they have to do.
1.The legislative branch consists of the House of Representatives and the Senate. They form the United States Congress. The constitution grants Congress sole authority to enact legislation. This gives them the right to confirm or reject Presidential appointments. 2. This tells us about the powers of the legislative branch and how the United States Congress operates new laws and bills coming through.
1.Anyone can write down a legislation or a bill. This must be introduced to the House or Senate by a primary sponsor, representative or senator. Once the bill is introduced, the committee meets to make additions or changes to bill. 2.This article represents the second step in the legislative branch where a member from congress presents a possible new bill. This is where the committee makes changes or adds on to the bill.