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The Process of enacting a law in Texas starts in the house or the senate then moves on to the introduction and referral committee for the first reading. The bill is now sent to the rules committee for a second reading. The bill will now be sent to the opposite chamber for their vote, reading and to enroll the bill to be sent to the governor of texas for his to sign or veto the bill. If the bill is veto and legislature is still in session the bill will go to back to the party or house where the bill started with an explanation of the governor’s
objection to the bill for them to fix or vote to override the governor’s veto on the bill. Then will head to the opposite house for them to read again or also vote to override the governor’s veto.

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