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  • The rules committee must grant a rule before most bills can reach the floor for debate.
  • After the debate its time for voting!
  • The Rules Committee must approve that step and set a time for its appearance on the floor.
  • During the debate no speaker can hold the floor for more than 1 hour. Unless there is unanimous consent.
  • If a bill finally reaches the floor, it receives its second reading in the House.
  • Blah, blah, blah, blah Blah
  • We get it stop talking!
  • The Major differences between House and Senate procedures involve debate.
  • Senators may speak on the floor as long as they please.
  • Floor debate is strictly limited in the House, but almost unrestrained in the Senate.
  • 1. Voice Votes
  • 3. 1/5 of quorum can demand a teller vote.
  • There are 4 methods of voting
  • 2. Standing Vote
  • 4. Roll-call Vote
  • The voting procedure is the same in the Senate.
  • The upper house uses voice, standing, and roll- call votes, but does not take teller votes.
  • Once a bill has been approved at second reading, it is engrossed.
  • It then goes into its third reading and if it is approved, the Speaker signs it.
  • This bill is printed in its final form
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