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How A Bill Becomes A Law - Laws are an important part of society, setting rules that help to guarantee our rights, determine what is or isn’t a crime, and determine how our tax dollars will be spent. Before a new idea can become law, it must be approved by the United States Congress. This is why members of Congress are often referred to as lawmakers. Congress consists of two chambers: the House of Representatives and the Senate. A bill must go through a series of steps to be approved by the federal government and become a law.

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