Why does the senate have such a big part of making a new climate bill?



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    The Senate has such a huge part of making a new climate bill because the US Government works through a system of checks and balances. Right now, the climate bill has been approved by the House of Representatives and is awaiting approval in the Senate. While the bill is under debate in the Senate it will also undergo revisions that, if approved, will then be sent back to the House of Representatives for them to review again. If both the House and Senate can agree, the bill will then await Presidential approval.

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