review the text of the bill and to approve or modify it.
invite witnesses to appear, present their views and answer questions
Once all the parts of the bill have been considered and adopted with or without amendments, the committee votes on the bill as a whole and the Chair reports the bill to the House
allows members to propose motions to amend the text of the bill
The debate focuses on these amendments rather than on the bill as a whole
Debate at third reading focuses on the final form of the bill. Once the motion for third reading has been adopted, the bill is sent to the Senate.
suggest amendments to the bill
adopts a bill without amendment
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