Writing of the Declaration of Independence

Enrolled Bill

 

An enrolled bill is the final copy of a bill, including any amendments, as passed by the House and Senate in identical form.  An enrolled bill is then sent to the president consideration.

 

Example:

 

After being amended several times, S. 1234 passed in both houses and is now officially enrolled and will be delivered to the president for his signature or veto.

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