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In legislative terms, a bill is a proposal:

A. that has reached committee for debate.

B. for any law.

C. made in the House of Representatives.

D. made in the Senate.

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Answer: B. for any law.

In legislative terms, a bill is a proposal for any law. It is a formally introduced legislation or a proposal that is either going to be considered or is being considered before it is enacted into law.

A bill is a proposal that has not yet reached the committee for debate, it does not have to be proposed by either the House of Representatives or the Senate because it can be proposed by anybody.

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