HR Review Practice Exam Question – The Law Making Process

ast week we launched the new HR Review Practice Test Question portion of our blog by posing a basic question about the law making process.  A handful of visitors were brave enough to post their answers and a couple even got it right.  Congrats to those who did.  Let's see if you can get this week's question. By the way if you didn't get a chance to participate in last week's blog you can find that here (no peeking at the answer until you've thought about it in detail!) The Law Making Process This week's question follows the same sort of theme, but goes a little bit deeper. Let's see how you do. The answer might surprise you: If the President receives a bill from the House of Representatives and the Senate for his approval and does nothing with it: a.) It automatically becomes a law b.) The legislation dies c.) Depends on whether the House and Senate are in session d.) … [Read more...]