enrolled bill

Definition of "enrolled bill"
  1. A written document to indicate a piece of legislation, in its final form after all amendments and modifications have been made, which serves as proof of the law
How to use "enrolled bill" in a sentence
  1. The new revenue law was stored as an enrolled bill after passing through both legislative houses.
  2. To understand the exact wording of the enacted law, one needs to consult the enrolled bill.
  3. The senator proposed some changes that were included in the enrolled bill.

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