One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1A poster or programme advertising and describing a theatrical performance. Compare "playbill". Now chiefly historical.
2(A statement detailing) any of various charges incurred in running a household; (now) especially a utility bill.
3Now chiefly US. Usually with capital initial in the first element. A bill introduced in or by a legislative house, (now) especially the United States House of Representatives.
Late 17th century. From house + bill.
house bill/ˈhaʊs ˌbɪl/
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