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What is Legislation?

Legislation are all the laws in the White House, they can come from the Senate or other members of the White House.

What makes a bill a law?

A bill, which is a peice of legislation has to pass the Senate Branch with a 50% approval, it then has to be signed by the President where it becomes a law. It is then classed as an Act of Law.

Who makes laws?

The Senate Branch creates all legislation except Regulations, which are created by people who have been granted that right through primary legislation.

What is the difference between Primary and Secondary Legislation?

Primary Legislation is an Act of Law, which must be passed by the Senate and signed by the President. Secondary Legislation is a Regulation or Order, which has been granted by an Act of Law on a rank. Secondary Legislation allows the law to be shaped to meet existing and new environments.