Legislative journals--Recording of yeas and nays.
Each house shall keep a journal of
its proceedings and publish the same from time to time, except such parts as require secrecy, and the
yeas and nays of members on any question shall be taken at the desire of one-sixth of those present
and entered upon the journal.
History: Amendment proposed by SL 1974, ch 1, rejected Nov. 5, 1974; amendment proposed by
SL 1975, ch 2, as amended by SL 1976, ch 1, rejected Nov. 2, 1976; amendment proposed by SL
2006, ch 1, § 4, rejected Nov. 7, 2006.