How a Bill Becomes a Law. Vivian E. Teekel BRCVPA Mr. Cory Lemoine. The Three Branches of GOVERNMENT. EXECUTIVE. LEGISLATIVE. The GOVERNOR can APPROVE or VETO a bill State Capitol GOVERNOR Lieutenant Governor (Jay Dardenne ) Attorney General Treasurer.
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How a Bill Becomes a Law Vivian E. Teekel BRCVPA Mr. Cory Lemoine
The Three Branches of GOVERNMENT EXECUTIVE LEGISLATIVE • The GOVERNOR can APPROVE or VETO a bill • State Capitol • GOVERNOR • Lieutenant Governor (Jay Dardenne) • Attorney General • Treasurer • Bills are discussed in the LEGISLATIVE Branch . • State Capitol • Legislature • Congress • City Council • Counselor • Front Bench
JUDICIAL Judges can decide if laws can stay in place or not. Louisiana State Capitol
THE FIRST THREE STEPS • The First STEP is the Senator thinks of a new bill. • The Second STEP is the first reading and introduced in the house. • The Third STEP is the bill is read a second time and referred to the committee. • This page is in the executive branch.
THE NEXT SEVEN STEPS • The Fourth STEP is the committee hearing. • The Fifth STEP is the committee report read bill • ordered engrossed bill encrossed (vote on bill) • The Sixth STEP is two Senators debate on the floor. • Vote on final passage (passed, sent to other house). • (Failed, may be reconsidered). May receive NO further action • The Ninth STEP is they review the bill. • The Tenth STEP is they review the bill in a committee Hearing.
THE NEXT SIX STEPS • The Eleventh STEP is they review committee report that is the read bill that was referred to the legislative bureau. • The Twelfth STEP is the people do a third reading and debate on the bill. • They vote on final passage. • IF FAILED MAY BE RECONSIDERED. • If bill is changed and house and senate agrees enrolled and it is sent to governor. • If governor signs approved the bill becomes a law.