Gubernatorial Action
When a bill passes both the Senate and the House, it is sent to the LCO for engrossing. This is the final revision of the bill - all the amendments are worked into the bill and it is renamed as a public act. The act is then passed on to the governor for gubernatorial action. This chapter will teach you about:

  • how an act can pass to become law

  • how the governor can veto an act

  • the checks & balances in the veto system