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Depends on the bill. But most of the time, it does take a while for the bill to be passed. Some can go threw faster than others.

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Q: Is it difficult to have a bill become a law in congress?
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How do you present a bill to become a law?

The congress presents the law or bill to the president and he can pass the it or veto it which means he sends it back to the congress to be revised and sent. If he signs it becomes a bill and law.


Who signs the bill into law's?

IN the US, a bill that has been passed by Congress become law when the President signs it.


How does a bill become a law- louisiana?

goes to congress, then it is voted on.


What is the role of the president in regard to laws passed by congress?

either to sign in and make it become a law or to veto the bill then the bill will go back to congress and if two thirds of congress vote on the bill the bill becomes a law


How does a bill usually become a law after Congress passes it?

the president sings it.


Who can agree to a bill before it can become a law?

In the United States, when a bill that has been approved by both Houses of Congress, it is sent to the President. Thus a bill can become a law when the President signs it into law.


Who signs the bill into a law?

IN the US, a bill that has been passed by Congress become law when the President signs it.


If a president does not act on a bill within 10 days what happens?

If the Congress is still in session, the bill becomes a law after 10 days even if the President has not signed it or vetoed it. If the President vetoed the bill, Congress has to override the veto in order for it to become a law. If the President has not signed the bill within 10 days and the Congress is not in session, it does not become a law. This is called a "pocket veto."


How does the system of checks and balances make it difficult for congress to pass a law that the president opposes?

A bill passes, in theory, with a majority of 50% + 1. If a President opposes a bill, he can veto it. Then the only way it can become law is if both houses of Congress vote by a 2/3 majority to override the veto.


Can the White House propose a bill to congress?

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.


Why is road that a bill must travel to become a law so complex and difficult?

so that a crappy, pointless bill will not become a crappy, pointless law. ;)


This must pass congress and the president to become law?

I think you are referring to how a bill becomes a law. A bill must pass both houses of congress and then the president must sign it.