What is the Legislative Process?

The legislative process is the procedure by which a bill becomes law. A bill must first be presented to Congress and/or the Senate, where it will be discussed and either approved or not. If it is approved, it will go to the other legislative branch. Once it has been approved by both, it is then remitted to the President who has the final decision on approving or vetoing it. If it is approved, then it is passed as a law.