C. Speaker is the correct answer
The speaker gives the bill to a committee for studying it. There are 22 standing committees and each committee have jurisdiction over certain areas. The bill is studied by the standing committees. And gets opinions from the experts.
If a representative of house of Representatives , he/she introduces the bill by giving it to the clerk of the house. The clerk assigns it a number.
The Speaker assigns the bills to a committee. There are 22 Standing committees and the bill is given to the relevant committees for study. It gets opinions of the expert people. The committee can recommend to pass it, or it can revise it or can keep it aside to prevent the house to vote on it.
If the committee releases the bill then House Rule committee can get a debate and vote on it. If the bills are passed then they goes to floor of the house.
It is given a reading and if some amendments were added,then it is given third reading. Out of 435,218 representatives should vote for it to pass the bill. It then proceeds to senate.
A bill can only be introduced in senate if the senator presenting the bill is recognized by the presiding officer, he should also announce that the bill is being introduced. If he releases the bill then it goes to the Senate floor for discussion. The debate takes place and the bill is voted on, out of 100, 51 senators must vote for the bill to pass it with simple majority.
The bill now proceeds to conference committees. It consists of the Members from both houses. It tries to solve the difference between the version of bill sent by house and senate. They revise the bill and forward it to both the houses for final acceptance. If the Bill is approved then it is printed by the GPO(Government Publishing Office). The printing process is called enrolling . Its final version is certified by the clerk. If the bill was first introduced in the senate then it is signed by the secretary of the senate.
The bill is now signed by the speaker of he house and vice president and sent for presidents contemplation. The president gets ten days to mention either sign or reject the bill. If he signs it, then its becomes law.
If he rejects the bill even then it can become a law if two third of the Senate and House vote in favor of the bill.
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