Congress, Executive Branch, or other groups can write a bill.
The bill is presented to the House by the representative.
Sender of House sends bill to the committee
Committee is get to vote on the bill and if the bill passes it gets to move on.
Make date for bill for debate and decide the rules.
Bill is debated and amendments are added. Bill is voted on and is in favor can go on to Senate.
Senator introduces bill and sent to committee.
Floor appoints date when Senate will consider bills.
Bill is debated and amendments are added. Bill is voted on and is in favor can go back to the House.
If changes are rejected from the House. Bill is sent to both members of the houses called conference Committee to work a compromise.
Both houses must approve the compromise. If approved, it moves on.
President either approves or vetos the bill.