The White House can only suggest that the Congress consider a bill to become a law. However, only a member of Congress is allowed to propose the bill directly to Congress.
An Elected Representative SEE "Can I propose a bill?" "Any citizen can ask their elected representative to propose a bill. That does not neccessarily mean he will because he has a lot of other people asking him to do other stuff. But he might."
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Anyone can write, draft a bill. But only a member of congress can sponsor the bill. The bill must be sponsored by a member before it can go to the floor for debate.
No. There is nothing called a private bill. They make laws for the government not themselves.
He, by himself, cannot INTRODUCE a Bill in Congress, however he can PROPOSE that a Bill be introduced by his political party.The distinction lies in the definition of the words: propose and introduce.
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Bills must be introduced by members of Congress (and, in the case of bills requiring expenditures, by members of the House of Representatives). The President must persuade a member of Congress to introduce any legislation that the President wants.
In the Congress, a bill may be proposed by a member of the House of Representatives. It has to pass through the House before coming before the Senate. However, in general, anyone can propose a bill to their representative in the House, and have it proposed on their behalf.
Any member of the House or Senate can submit a proposal for a new law, called a "bill". However, only the House can propose new taxes.A. The president of France and his dog Raven
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Congress approves the budget. Actually the President submits a budget REQUEST and the House of Representatives acts on it to write the actual budget and pass it as a Bill. The budget bill then goes to the Senate but the Senate may propose or concur with amendments as on other Bills.
The President can't sponsor a bill in Congress.
Congress can propose an amendment through the following methods: Two-thirds majority vote in both the House of Representatives and the Senate, followed by ratification by three-fourths of the state legislatures. Two-thirds majority vote in both the House and the Senate, followed by ratification through conventions held in three-fourths of the states. Either of these methods must be used to propose an amendment, which then goes through the ratification process.
All bills that are to become law must move through both houses of Congress before going to the White House for the president's signature or veto. If a bill has pass the Senate, the House of Representatives must pass it before it goes to the president.