The composition and powers of the House are established in Article One of the United States Constitution. The major power of the House is to pass federal legislation that affects the entire country, although its bills must also be passed by the Senate and further agreed to by the U.S. President before becoming law (unless both the House and Senate re-pass the legislation with a two-thirds majority in each chamber). The House has some exclusive powers: the power to initiate revenue bills, to impeach officials (impeached officials are subsequently tried in the Senate), and to elect the U.S. President in case there is no majority in the Electoral College.
The Hopper is where all proposed bills are stored. To create a bill, please create a page with the full text of that bill in the first main heading. The second heading should be titled action. The page should also use Template:Infobox U.S. Legislation.
To be opened once a bill is completed.