How Our Laws Are Made
A lot of people criticize Congress for their slow and long process of passing and enacting laws. There are a number of road blocks that could kill a new bill before it is considered a law. This visual timeline provide steps on how a bill becomes a law in the United States, with brief explanation of the important terms and procedures in the U.S. House of Representatives. See also the History of Magna Carta and the Universal Declaration Of Human Rights.