In Legislative Terms A Bill Is A Proposal

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In legislative terms, a bill is a proposal

A. that has reached committee for debate.

B. for any law.

C. made in the House of Representatives.

D. made in the Senate.


In legislative terms, a bill is a proposal for any law.

A bill is a proposed piece of legislation that is being considered by a legislative body. A bill does not become law until it has been passed by both the legislature and, in most cases, the executive. When a bill becomes a law, it is known as an act of the legislature (statute).

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