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Which statement is NOT true? Either the House or Senate can introduce a bill. A bill that becomes a law is calledlegislation. Sponsor: A member of Congress who is willing to introduce and back the
legislation Ordering a bill reported: A subcommittee reads its recommendation to both houses of Congress.
A bill that becomes a law is called legislation.
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