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Making a Law

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In order to become law, a bill needs to pass only one house of Congress.
In order to become law, a bill must pass both houses of Congress.
In order to become law, a bill must be signed by the president.
If the president vetoes a bill, it stops there.
Congress can override a presidential veto with a majority vote.
If the Supreme Court finds that a law is unconstitutional, it can be thrown out.
Congress can override the Supreme Court with a majority vote.
It is an easy matter to amend the U.S. Constitution.
The Congress, President and Supreme Court all have something to do with a bill. This is called checks and balances.
Only the president can introduce a bill.