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bill becomes law voc

bill becomes law

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constituents the people a congressmen/woman represent
bill proposed law
interest groups groups of people who work together for similar interests or goals
lobbyists people who represent interest groups
congressional district the area that a member of the House represents
budget plan for raising and spending money
bill of attainder is a law that convicts a person of a crime without trial
Speaker of the House House of Representatives chosen presiding officer
president pro tempore office who will preside over the Senate when the Vice President is absent
floor leaders the chief officers of the majority and minority parties in each house
pocket veto when the president keeps the bill for ten days, during which Congress ends its session, the bill will not become law
filibuster is the use of long speeches to prevent a vote on a bill
cloture agreement to end the debate on a bill
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