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Ashley Castello
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I would imagine that only one in ten bills becomes a law because of the complicated process that it must undergo in order to be passed. I also think that another reason that the number is so small is that a bill has to pass both houses of congress in order to become a law, and our two parties are currently so divided. When each party controls one of the houses of congress, and it’s difficult for them to agree on anything, this will make it difficult for laws to be passe.


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