Who has to vote for green policies?



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    Politicians, of course! In the case of the United States, the way most federal bills work is that a senator or representative writes the bill, it has to pass through the house and the senate, and then the president signs it into law or vetoes it. To pass, it must gather a majority of the votes from senators and representatives. Other environmental policies are enacted directly by bureaucracies like the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy, under the general guidance of the framework of a green bill.

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