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How a Bill Becomes a Law (Grade 3)

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How a Bill Becomes a Law

1. 
A bill cannot become a law until it is what?
  1. approved by Congress and judged constitutional
  2. proposed by the president and approved by Congress
  3. approved by Congress and signed by the president
  4. proposed by Congress and ratified by the states
2. 
Members of both chambers can present                , or plans for new laws.



3. 
The president can veto a bill.
  1. True
  2. False
4. 
A change or addition to a bill is known as a what?
  1. veto
  2. article
  3. conference
  4. amendment
5. 
Both chambers of Congress must vote to approve a bill before it can become a law.
  1. True
  2. False
6. 
If the president vetoes, a bill it can never become law.
  1. True
  2. False
7. 
Who is responsible for creating a compromise if the two chambers of Congress pass different versions of a bill?
  1. the Senate
  2. the president
  3. the conference committee
  4. the House of Representatives
8. 
A bill must be approved by a House or Senate                 before it can be brought to a floor vote.
  1. panel
  2. hearing
  3. conference
  4. committee
9. 
Bills that are approved by the conference committee need to be voted on by both chambers.
  1. True
  2. False
10. 
Only members of Congress can write a bill.
  1. True
  2. False
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