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Remember "I'm Just a Bill" from the Schoolhouse Rock series in the 1970s
The cartoon taught viewers—ideally kids, but probably some adults, too—how a bill is made into law in Washington, D.C. If you saw this animated classic, you’ll recall that to become a law, a bill has to be passed in both chambers of Congress, the House of Representatives and the Senate, and then get the president’s signature.
But sometimes a bill…