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Routing of Bills and Resolutions

  1. Any author of a bill or resolution shall present copies of that item to the Senate Chair for purposes of routing to the appropriate Senate committee(s).

  2. The Senate Chair shall identify the appropriate committee(s) for the investigation of this item and the preparation of recommendation(s) to the Senate.

  3. The Senate Chair shall notify the appropriate committee chair(s) of this item of business, and their appropriate committee(s) shall consider the item in a timely manner.

  4. A committee charged with investigating the item may recommend to the Senate that the item be adopted, not adopted, or make no recommendation. In the case of a negative recommendation the author of the item shall be notified.

  5. The Senate Chair shall designate the appropriate committee for the reporting of this item to the Senate for action.

  6. A committee charged with reporting the item may recommend to the Senate that the item be adopted, not adopted, or make no recommendation. In the case of a negative recommendation the the committee shall not report the item to the Senate, but the author of the item shall be notified and may introduce it under New Business. Otherwise all items shall be reported to the Senate.


donald@
Mon May 9 17:13:34 PDT 1994