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What happens if the House and Senate versions of a bill are different? A. The differences immediately cause the bill to die and it doesn't go any farther. B. The House and Senate try to work out differences in a conference committee. C. Each version is voted on in a joint House/Senate meeting. D. The Senate can pass its version by majority vote and the bill then goes to the president.

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If the House and the Senate versions of the bill are different then the House and Senate try to work out differences in a conference committee and a compromise bill is drafted which must be accepted by both parties.

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