If a committee votes out or "reports favourably" a bill back to the House or Senate, it is then "calendared" or scheduled for floor debate and vote in the full chamber. Each measure sent to the full chamber by the committee is accompanied by a committee report.
The report will include a section by section analysis of the proposed bill and an explanation of why the committee recommended passage of the bill.
See How our laws are made Chapter VII Reported Bills for more information about what is contained in a Committee Report.
When it is filed, the report is assigned a report number and is sent to the Government Printing Office for printing.