The members of U.S. House are elected by the sub-state districts. The U.S. House has 435 members, and each member has two year terms. Constitutional House has the powers to impeaches president and judges and originate all revenue tax. The U.S. House district size can be around 700,000, and the number of districts are based on U.S. Census. The members of U.S. Senate are elected by entire states. The Senate has 100 members and 2 members per state. Every members has six year term. U.S. Senate tries anyone impeached and gives “advice and consent” to major presidential appointments and treaties. Both Congress and Senate has to agree with a bill before it can go to the president. Each of the House...
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... After this, the committee discussed and voted the bill again. If passed, the bill was assigned to a date on the Congress calendar to be heard. Once the date is reached, the bill will be voted in the Senate. If it is passed by the Senate, then the House will vote. If the House agree with the bill, the final version of the three each party must approve the move will return a final vote. Once adopted, the president must approve. If it is veto by the president, Congress can overthrow it by two-thirds vote of both Houses. This process is similar to the school’s student government system. First, you will have to give a idea to the president. If the president and the members agree, then it will go to the principle. After principle agreed, it will go to the superintendent. After agreed by the superintendent, then they can take the action of doing whatever the idea they had.
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