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Which of the following is a true statement about the lawmaking process?

Only the House of Representatives may pass legislation that approve...

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Which of the following is a true statement about the lawmaking process?

Only the House of Representatives may pass legislation that approves foreign treaties.
Bills that are rejected by a vote of either house go back to the committee for editing.
The majority of work on the language of a proposed bill happens in committee meetings.
Senate members can invite the president into their committee meetings to work on bills.
Im stuck between B and C

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True The majority of work on the language of a proposed bill happens in committee meetings.
Steps in Making a Bill a Law
1) Introducing the Bill and Referral to the Committee
2) Committee They conduct Hearing and Mark-Up
3) Committee Report
4) Floor Debates and Votes
5) Referral to the Other Chamber
6) Conference on a Bill
7) Action by the President (sign the bill into a law or veto it)
8) Overriding a Veto (the legislative body can override the veto of the President but it must be 2/3 roll call vote of the members who are present and have quorum.)

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