S: us constitution
BC: sources: | http://www.legis.state.wv.us/Educational/Bill_Becomes_Law/Bill_Becomes_Law.cfm | http://www.usconsulate.org.hk/pas/kids/national_govt.htm
FC: Our wonderful Constitution by: Keaton 3rd p.
1: 1: the act of constituting 2: the physical makeup of something 3: a persons state of mind 4: a composure of ones mind 5: the act of setting up, or composing something, such as a plan or system. I do believe that the NC constitution mirrors the US one, it shares several main points, but still is not a word for word copy.
2: A bill is introduced by the house of senate | it is referred to a committee by | it is read a first time, ammended | it is read a third time, and the members debate and then vote | the process repeats | with the
3: the house speaker or the senate president | the committee reports the bill to the members of the house or senate | the committee considers the bill | and then read a second time | with the speaker, | the president, | now it is finally a law
4: They both have the power to make and enforce laws, Tax, and Borrow money. | taxes | The government has the power to Coin money, Declare war, Conduct foreign relations, and Oversee foreign and interstate trade. | both | goverment
5: states have the power to ratify amendments, Manage public health and safety, Oversee trade within the state, and oversee Education | states