It takes a lot of work for a bill to become a law. It’s a complex process that most of us know nothing about, other than the tidbits that linger in our memory from high school government class. Mike Wirth clarifies the process in his gameboard-like submission to Sunlight Labs’ competition, Design for America. Mike’s entry won top honors in the “How A Bill Becomes a Law” category.
How our laws are made
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Not shown: phenomenal quantities of money pouring in at every step.
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Also not shown: tremendous influence of rules committee in House, ordering of the previous question, or passage of the rule
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Bigger version, where? (Apologies I\if I’m being obtuse).
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Thanks for sharing this! Michael if you follow the link to the competition site there is a link there to the larger version: