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NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 9, No. 3, March 1981 - Page 6. January 1981. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 21, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/2670/show/2661.

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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 9, No. 3, March 1981
Publisher National Organization for Women, Bay Area Chapter
Date January 1981
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Transcript How a Bill Becomes LAW HOUSE SENATE introduced, Reading, and a number. givH as- I SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE i 3. COMMITTEE Chair of committee may refer the bill to a subcommittee. One hearing is held either in the subcommittee or the full committee. Amendments are accepted. If the bill is heard before a subcommittee; it send^ the bill back to the full committee with either a favorable or unfavorable recommendation Full committee considers the bill, adds amendments, and votes on the bill as amended. A majority of the committee membership must vote 'yesf to pass a bill out of committee. Ni^ CALENDARS COMMITTEE By committee vote, the Calendars Committee decides when a bill is scheduled for consideration on the| floor of the House. HOUSE FLOOR: Bills are taken in the order set forth by Calendars Com. 2nd Reading, floor amendments, and debate. Passage to 3rd reading, 3rd $ Final Passage. Sent to the Senate Bill is introduced, given 1st Reading, and assigned a number. LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR COMMITTEE 1. Chair of committee may refer . the bill to a^subcommittee. 2. Usually, one hearing is held either in subcommittee or in full committee. Amendments are accepted. If subcommittee hears the bill, it sends the bill to the full committee with a recommendation; 3. Full committee considers the bill, adds amendments, and votes on the bill as amended. A majority of the committee membership must*vote fyes! to pass the bill out of committee Following passage favorably out of committee, a bill is placed on the agenda of the Senate. The Lt. Gov. decides which Senator to recognize for the purpose of presenting his/her bill for consideration by entire Senate. SENATE FLOOR: 2nd Reading § Floor amendments. Debate. Passage to 3rd $ Final Reading. 3rd § Final Passage. Sent to the House. SENT TO THE GOVERNOR FOR SIGNATURE T. A. R. A L 1200 GiwdaJupe Austin. Tx. 78701