The chart below represents the steps in the process of a bill becoming a law. Use the chart to answer the following question:

The image represents the process of a bill becoming a law. It shows a set of parallel lines that merge, then split into two, and then merge again. Moving left to right, the top line has boxes labeled: A, C, E, G, and H. The bottom line has boxes labeled: B, D, F, and I. Boxes A and B, C and D, E and F, H and I, are paired. G is the only box on the top line without a corresponding box on the bottom line. Continuing to move from left to right, the two lines merge into one and have one box labeled J. Then the lines separate into two parallel lines again. The top line is labeled with box K and the bottom line is labeled with box L. The two parallel lines continue to the right where they again merge into one line, with an arrow pointing to a final box labeled M.

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Which of the following correctly describes the actions taken in the process represented by section K and L? (4 points)

Select one:

a. Create amendments to ensure passage

b. Set the rules for upcoming debates and votes

c. Vote on the revised version of the bill

d. Debate the bill to increase support

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(03.04 MC)

The chart below represents the steps in the process of a bill becoming a law. Use the chart to answer the following question:

The image represents the process of a bill becoming a law. It shows a set of parallel lines that merge, then split into two, and then merge again. Moving left to right, the top line has boxes labeled: A, C, E, G, and H. The bottom line has boxes labeled: B, D, F, and I. Boxes A and B, C and D, E and F, H and I, are paired. G is the only box on the top line without a corresponding box on the bottom line. Continuing to move from left to right, the two lines merge into one and have one box labeled J. Then the lines separate into two parallel lines again. The top line is labeled with box K and the bottom line is labeled with box L. The two parallel lines continue to the right where they again merge into one line, with an arrow pointing to a final box labeled M.

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Which section of this chart represents the point where a bill is introduced from the House and Senate? (4 points)

Select one:

a. G, H

b. A, B

c. C, D

d. E, F

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(03.04 HC)

Use the chart to complete the following statement:

The image represents the process of a bill becoming a law. It shows a set of parallel lines that merge, then split into two, and then merge again. Moving left to right, the top line has boxes labeled: A, C, E, G, and H. The bottom line has boxes labeled: B, D, F, and I. Boxes A and B, C and D, E and F, H and I, are paired. G is the only box on the bottom line without a corresponding box on the top line. Continuing to move from left to right, the two lines merge into one and have one box labeled J. Then the lines separate into two parallel lines again. The top line is labeled with box K and the bottom line is labeled with box L. The two parallel lines continue to the right where they again merge into one line, with an arrow pointing to a final box labeled M.

© 2011 FLVS

Most of the significant changes to a bill would occur in (4 points)

Select one:

a. K and L, when the House and Senate have a final vote

b. G, when the House Rules Committee sets rules for debate and voting on the bill

c. A and B, when the bill is first introduced

d. C and D, when the subcommittees debate and vote on the bill

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Please answer all three!

The image represents the process of a bill becoming a law. It shows a set of parallel lines that merge, then split into two, and then merge again. Moving left to right, the top line has boxes labeled: A, C, E, G, and H. The bottom line has boxes labeled: B, D, F, and I. Boxes A and B, C and D, E and F, H and I, are paired. G is the only box on the top line without a corresponding box on the bottom line. Continuing to move from left to right, the two lines merge into one and have one box labeled J. Then the lines separate into two parallel lines again. The top line is labeled with box K and the bottom line is labeled with box L. The two parallel lines continue to the right where they again merge into one line, with an arrow pointing to a final box labeled M.

© 2011 FLVS

Which of the following correctly describes the actions taken in the process represented by section K and L? (4 points)

Select one:

a. Create amendments to ensure passage

b. Set the rules for upcoming debates and votes

c. Vote on the revised version of the bill

d. Debate the bill to increase support

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(03.04 MC)

The chart below represents the steps in the process of a bill becoming a law. Use the chart to answer the following question:

The image represents the process of a bill becoming a law. It shows a set of parallel lines that merge, then split into two, and then merge again. Moving left to right, the top line has boxes labeled: A, C, E, G, and H. The bottom line has boxes labeled: B, D, F, and I. Boxes A and B, C and D, E and F, H and I, are paired. G is the only box on the top line without a corresponding box on the bottom line. Continuing to move from left to right, the two lines merge into one and have one box labeled J. Then the lines separate into two parallel lines again. The top line is labeled with box K and the bottom line is labeled with box L. The two parallel lines continue to the right where they again merge into one line, with an arrow pointing to a final box labeled M.

© 2011 FLVS

Which section of this chart represents the point where a bill is introduced from the House and Senate? (4 points)

Select one:

a. G, H

b. A, B

c. C, D

d. E, F

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(03.04 HC)

Use the chart to complete the following statement:

The image represents the process of a bill becoming a law. It shows a set of parallel lines that merge, then split into two, and then merge again. Moving left to right, the top line has boxes labeled: A, C, E, G, and H. The bottom line has boxes labeled: B, D, F, and I. Boxes A and B, C and D, E and F, H and I, are paired. G is the only box on the bottom line without a corresponding box on the top line. Continuing to move from left to right, the two lines merge into one and have one box labeled J. Then the lines separate into two parallel lines again. The top line is labeled with box K and the bottom line is labeled with box L. The two parallel lines continue to the right where they again merge into one line, with an arrow pointing to a final box labeled M.

© 2011 FLVS

Most of the significant changes to a bill would occur in (4 points)

Select one:

a. K and L, when the House and Senate have a final vote

b. G, when the House Rules Committee sets rules for debate and voting on the bill

c. A and B, when the bill is first introduced

d. C and D, when the subcommittees debate and vote on the bill

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Please answer all three!