How a bill becomes a law for grade 2?
A Bill originates in the Senate. This can be the State Senate, or United States Senate.
The Senators debate, discuss, and often change the bill. This is called amending.
It is eventually voted on. If it passes, it becomes law, unless the Governor (in the State) or the President (In the case of U.S. Senate) Vetos it. Veto means to have the final say, and to stop it from being a law. This is part of what is called checks and balances.
The President, the Congress (Senate and House of Representatives) and the Supreme
Court eaxh have a voice in deciding what is law. This in theory divides the power so that no one man, woman, or group, can make bad laws, or try to take undue control over our government. In theory it works, but in reality( Washington D.C. in particular) politics is a dirty game played with secret deals, favors, money, and corruption. It is still the best system we have been able to think up.
A 2 dollar bill