A Brief Summary of the Legislative Process in Georgia A bill is researched in a chamber, given a number, and sent to a committee. The bill is then researched further by committee members. Then, the bill is brought to the floor of the chamber and put to a vote. If the bill passes, it is sent to the other chamber of the General Assembly, who then sends it to a committee. If that house approves, it is sent to the floor for a vote. If it passes without any changes, it is sent to the Governor to be signed into law. Based on this reading, what can be concluded about the legislative process in Georgia? A) The governor cannot stop a bill from becoming law. B) The Senate has more legislative power than the House of Representatives. C) Getting a law passed requires all citizens to get involved in government. D) The process of a bill becoming a law results in relatively few bills becoming laws.