When a bill or resolution has passed its house of origin, it is presented to the other house for its consideration. If the other house should amend the bill or resolution as passed by the house of origin, it is returned to the house of origin for approval of the changes. If the house of origin does not agree to the changes, one house or the other can request that a conference committee be established to work out an agreement. Upon the request of one house, the other house must appoint three members from its body to meet with three members of the requesting house.
For a bill to become law, identical versions of the bill must pass both the Senate and House of Representatives for consideration by the Governor.
P Greenfield (Brock), Chair
P Haggar, Vice-Chair
OTHERS PRESENT: See Original Minutes
The meeting was called to order by Senator Greenfield, Chairman.
Moved by: Haggar
Second by: Beal
Action: Prevailed by roll call vote. (6-0-0-0)
Voting Yes: Greenfield (Brock), Netherton, Killer, Haggar, Beal, Schaefer
Moved by: Schaefer
Second by: Haggar
Action: Prevailed by voice vote.