CONSIDERATION BY GENERAL ASSEMBLY
§ 9.81. General requirement and procedure.
In order to become a law, every bill must come before the house of origin and the house of reference at least three times on 3 different legislative days. This is referred to as three considerations of the bill. As a matter of general practice the bill is not actually read. The reading clerk merely reads the first few words of the title.
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