Bills passed by both houses are sent to the Revisor of Statutes office for engrossing or enrolling. The Revisor's office enrolls each bill and gives it a chapter
number in sequential order. The bill is then presented by the Revisor's office to the governor. If the governor approves the bill, or it becomes law without
their signature, the bill is transferred to the secretary of state's office where it is officially filed as law. If the governor vetoes a bill, it is returned
to the house of origin with the governor's objections.