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Do all bills in the US government start in the House of Representatives?

The people who are in the House of Representatives are elected by the people, therefore spending bill must originate there. This law is part of the Constitution and found in Article 1, Section 7.


Who decides to impeach the president?

The House of Representatives. :) happy to help! i think it is right...


How is the US Constitution amended?

The Constitution of the United States , as provided in Article 5, may be amended when two thirds of each house of Congress approves a proposed amendment (approval by the president is not required), and three fourths of the states thereafter ratify it, sometimes within a set period. Congress decides whether state ratification shall be by vote of the legislatures or by popularly elected conventions.


Who represents me in the U.S. Congress for 77081?

It's either Al Green or John Culberson depending on which district you're in. You can type your 9 digit zipcode into the search on www.votesmart.org to find out. If you don't know your full zipcode you can find it at www.usps.com.


Who can propose Constituitional amendments?

The US Congress ( i.e. the legislative branch of the federal government)can propose amendments to the US Constitution . A 2/3 vote in both houses is required . (The president does not have sign proposed amendments and he can not veto them.)There is a second method of proposing amendments, and that is for a Convention to be called for the proposing of amendments. Either Congress by a 2/3 vote or 2/3 of the state legislatures can call for such a convention to be held. This method has never been tried.In either case, a proposed amendment does not become law until 3/4 of the states ratify it.The amendment process is given in Article V of the Constitution.Read more: Who_has_the_power_to_propose_amendments_to_the_US_constitution

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What bills must originate in the house of representative?

Most bills can originate in either the House of Representatives or the Senate; however, __________ bills dealing with government spending must begin in the House of Representatives.


Bills that originate in either house or congress may be?

foemulate by private citizens


Who is in charge of the legislators?

The Congress, House of Representatives, and Senate..... Either of those would work


Who is in charge of the Legislative branch?

The Congress, House of Representatives, and Senate..... Either of those would work


What is it called when you're a member of congress?

Congressman or congresswoman. Congress "persons" can be either senators or representatives, depending on whether they were elected to the Senate or House respectively.


Do all bills in the US government start in the House of Representatives?

The people who are in the House of Representatives are elected by the people, therefore spending bill must originate there. This law is part of the Constitution and found in Article 1, Section 7.


Do all US territories have states have voting members in congress?

I think this is actually 2 questions. Every one of the US states have voting members in Congress. Usually each state has 2 Senators and a number of Representatives (based on the population of the state.) However, US territories are not states and do not have voting members in either the Senate or House of Representatives.


Is a congress member the same as a senator?

In congress, there are two branches: the House of Representatives and the Senate. A Senator is a member of the senate. A congressman is referring that he/she is part of either the House or the Senate.


How many times can a representative be elected?

A representative to the US Congress (either to the House of Representatives or the Senate) has no restriction on the number of times they can be elected.


Who sends the bills to congress?

Bills have to go through both chambers of the US Congress before they can be signed into law by the President. The bill can originate from either chamber, committees in the chambers, and from the President.


Which house of congress has the right to initiate legislation?

Either house can initiate most legislation, but only the House of Representatives can initiate legislation for generating revenue.


Why is it that only a member of congress can porpose and introduce a bill into the congress in either the house of representatives and or the senate?

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.