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BrainMoves 2/28/2014. What is the author of this political cartoon trying to say? Think back to yesterday’s discussion and make an inference. You may sit anywhere you like. Ms. Lavandar reserves the right t o move you at her discretion!. BrainMoves 3/3/2014.

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BrainMoves 2/28/2014

What is the author of this political cartoon trying to say? Think back to yesterday’s discussion and make an inference.

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BrainMoves 3/3/2014

Put the steps in a bill becoming a law in order:

  • The President vetoes the bill.
  • B. Two-thirds majority vote of Congress is needed to approve a vetoed bill.
  • C. The House and Senate Committee members work out the differences between the two
  • versions.
  • D. Committee Action: The House/Senate committee may approve, rewrite, or kill the bill.
  • E. Floor Action: The House/Senate debates and votes on its version of the bill.
  • F. Introduction: The House/Senate introduces a bill and refers it to a committee.
  • G. Bill becomes a law.
  • H. Both Houses of Congress pass the revised bill.
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1.Introduction: A member of the House or Senate introduces a bill. The bill is then referred to a committee.

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4. The House and Senate Committee members work out the differences between the two versions.

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5. Both Houses of Congress pass the revised bill.

We vote for the bill to pass!

We do, too!