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The bill does not make it to the next stage and therefore has no chance of being signed into law

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What is pigeonholing in the government?

Pigeonhole means is not letting a bill pass through a committee onto the legislative floor.


Where is the most common place for a bill to die?

In committee


How can the House Rules Committee kill a bill even after it has been recommended by a committee?

The House Rules Committee determines when bills will be heard by the floor. Accordingly, if the Committee is against a particular bill, said bill won't be put on the calendar. So, in essence, the bill stays there until it is put on the calendar- which may be never. Furthermore, the Rules Committee could also have "closed rule" on the bill, meaning it will go to the floor, but it cannot be amended. Due to varying opinions, if a bill can't be modified on the House floor, it will ultimately die there.


What happens to a bill that are pigeonholed?

Most bills die in committee.


Is setting aside a bill in committee called pigeonholing?

When a congressional comittee pigeonholes a bill, the bill is ignored and forgotten.


The most common place for a bill to die is?

The most common place for a bill to die is in committee, where members can choose to not move the bill forward for further consideration or vote. Bills can also die on the floor of either chamber if they fail to pass a vote.


Were does a bill usually die before becoming a law?

Normally in committee.


In what five ways can a standing committee treat a bill?

the committee can: 1) pass the bill 2) mark up a bill with charges and suggest the it be passed 3) replace the original bill with a new bill 4)ignore the bill and let it die( which is called "pigeonholing" the bill) 5)kill the bill outright by majority vote


What are the multiple vetoes of congress?

Between each step for a bill to become a law, that bill can die. These are considered "vetoes". For example: in a committee the bill can be shot down before it makes it to the subcommittee.


Where do most measures introduced in the house die?

Most measures introduced in the House die once in committee. The bill is initially introduced by a member of legislature.


What does 'Die blume von Bill Kaulitz' mean?

It means "Bill Kaulit's flower".


How a bill becomes a law in Indonesia?

1. Bill is Drafted: Members of Congress, the Executive Branch, and even outside groups can draft (write or draw up) bills.2. Introduced in House: Representative introduces the bill in the House. Only members can introduce bills.3. Sent to Committee: The Speaker of the House sends the bill to a committee.4. Committee Action: Most bills die here. The committee may pigeonhole, table, amend, or vote on the bill. If bill passes, it goes to Rules Committee.5, Rules Committee: It decides the rules for debate, and when the bill will come up for debate.6. Floor Action: House debates the bill, and may add amendments. If a majority votes in favor of the bill, it goes to the Senate.7. Introduced in Senate: A Senator introduces the bill, which is sent to a committee.8. Committee Action: Same procedure as in the House. If the committee majority votes for the bill, it goes to the whole Senate.9. Bill Called Up: Majority floor leader decides when the whole Senate will consider the bill.10. Floor Action: The Bill is debated, and amendments may be added. If a majority votes in favor of the bill, it is returned to the House.11. Conference Committee: If the House rejects any of the changes, the bill goes to a conference committee of members from both houses. It works out a compromise.12. Vote on Compromise: Both houses must approve changes made by the conference committee. If approved, the bill goes to the president.13. Presidential Action: The president may sign (approve) the bill or veto (reject) it. If approved, it becomes law.14. Vote to Override: If the president vetoes the bill, it can still become law if two thirds of both houses vote to override the veto.