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AGO 1965 No. 10 >  March 3, 1965
LEGISLATURE - SPECIAL SESSION - PROCEDURAL RULES - AUTHORITY OF EACH HOUSE TO ADOPT - RESOLUTION - REINTRODUCTION IN HOUSE WHEREIN THEY ORIGINATED OF BILLS, MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS INTRODUCED AT REGULAR SESSION
LEGISLATURE ‑- SPECIAL SESSION ‑- PROCEDURAL RULES ‑- AUTHORITY OF EACH HOUSE TO ADOPT ‑- RESOLUTION ‑- REINTRODUCTION IN HOUSE WHEREIN THEY ORIGINATED OF BILLS, MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS... While the constitution provides that bills may originate in either house of the legislature, the manner or method governing the introduction of bills, memorials or resolutions and the procedure to be followed prior to final passage or adoption thereof are subject to the express constitutional rule‑making power of each house.  Therefore, since there is no limitation or restriction in the constitution, the house and/or senate may in the exercise of its discretion adopt a resolution at a special session providing that all bills, memorials and resolutions introduced but not enacted or adopted during the regular session shall be reintroduced at the special session in the house wherein they originated; to retain the same number; to be placed in the same committee; or to otherwise hold their same position in the special session as was held during the regular session prior to final passage in that house.
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