Re: Really? Cite the objections at least
CONGRESS is the House of Representation AND the Senate. For a bill to become law, it must be passed (approved) by both houses of Congress and signed by the President. If the President vetoes the bill (disapproves) it goes back to the House of Representatives for reconsideration. The reconsidered bill then goes to the Senate. Where, if it is approved with a 2/3's vote of the members, it becomes law and the President's approval is not needed.
Congressional committees can be more accurately described as House committees and Senate committees.
All spending bills MUST arise in the House of Representatives.