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It is then sent to the other house for consideration and a vote.


After a bill is passed in one house of Congress, it is then sent to the other house for consideration. The bill goes through a similar process in the other house, including committee review, debate, and a vote. If the bill is passed in the second house without any changes, it is sent to the President for approval. If there are differences between the versions passed by each house, a conference committee may be formed to reconcile the differences before the final version is sent to the President.

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