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How a Bill Becomes a Law
A bill that is proposed to be enacted as a law must go through a process that involves research, discussion, changes and ultimately voting on the proposal in both the House and Senate. This is done in order to ensure that the public’s interest is served and the right people are given the chance to have their voices heard.
The legislative process is a vital component of our society and one that is often misunderstood by those outside of it. This document outlines the steps that a bill takes from an idea to a law and how you can be involved at any point along the way.
1. How a Bill Becomes a law (House of Representatives)
A new law is created in the House of Representatives by a senator or a representative who introduces the bill. Once the bill is introduced, it is assigned to a committee that will research and discuss the bill before it is put before the entire body for a vote.
2. How a Bill Becomes a local law (Senate)
A local law is a bill that the Senate approves and formally approves for enactment as a law in the State of New York. Once the bill has been approved by the Senate, it becomes a law and is enforced by the State.
3. How a Local Law Becomes a law (Senate)
A Local Law is a bill that the Senate approves that is made by a Mayor and is specifically made for the benefit of New York City residents. It can be anything from a citywide ordinance or a special law that relates to a specific neighborhood in the City.
4. How a Local Law Becomes statewide law (Governor)
A statewide law is a bill that the Governor signs and makes into a law. This is done in order to protect the rights of all New Yorkers and make sure that our laws are up-to-date and effective.
5. How a Local Law Becomes enacted as a law in the state (Governor)
A State law is a bill that the Governor signs into law. This is done in order to protect New Yorkers and make sure that our laws and regulations are up-to-date and effective.
This is done in order to protect the rights and interests of all New Yorkers and make sure that all laws are up-to-date and effective. It is also designed to be the most effective way of addressing the issues that the state is facing.