You pick up a newspaper and are disappointed to find that part of the headline is missing. It reads, "__________ passes bill; __________signs it into law." Complete the headline by filling in the blanks.


Answer:

Congress, then President

Explanation:

The bill is passed by the House and Senate (congress) for approval. Then its sent to the President who has 10 days to sign or veto.


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Answer:

1) CONGRESS

2) PRESIDENT

Explanation:

Congress is responsible for editing, discussing and passing the bill. Both houses of Congress have to agree on the same version of the final bill until it goes to the President.

The President has three options, he can veto the bill, rejecting it and making it return to Congress with the reasons for the veto. Congress in this case, can override the veto with a 2/3 vote.

If the President agrees with the bill, he can sign and approve it, only with his signature the bill with becoming a law.


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