Next if the committee relinquishes the bill results to be put on the calendar

Next if the committee relinquishes the bill results

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to do more research. Next, if the committee relinquishes the bill results to be put on the calendar. The calendar is a holding spot for the upcoming bill and needs to have majority vote, 218 to 435, then it moves to the Senate (United States House of Representatives, n.d.). This same process happens within the Senate and the majority vote is 51 to 100. Then, members from both houses have a congregation to discuss any issues and come to a compromise. The revised bill goes back to the House and Senate for final approval, which then the Government Printing Office prints the revised bill, otherwise known as enrolling (United States House of Representatives, n.d.). Finally, the president has ten days to approve/deny the enrolled bill. Conclusion The founding fathers intended certain roles to the Congress and the president. These roles have grown stronger each time a new president becomes elected. The founding fathers created
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6 such a monumental Constitution, that they were able to bring all essential parts together to make up a balanced government. References Krutz, G., & Waskiewicz, S. (2017). American Government VST Interactive OpenStax . Retrieved from . Legal Information Institution. (n.d.). Separation of Powers and Checks and Balances. Retrieved from - 1/separation-of-powers-and-checks-and-balances The President's Job. (n.d.). Retrieved from Scholastic. (2020). Growth of the Presidency. Retrieved from U.S. Senate. (n.d.). Powers and Procedures. Retrieved from United States House of Representatives. (n.d.). The Legislative Process. Retrieved from
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