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" The regular progression in this case is, that the Commons disagree to the amendment; the Lords insist on it; the Commons insist on their disagreement; the Lords adhere to their amendment; the Commons adhere to their disagreement. The term of insisting... "
Journal - Страница 530
по South Carolina. General Assembly. Senate - 1870
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Congressional Serial Set

1911
...it y^fa amendments. The reguto disagreeing, r ^ insisting, and lar progression in this case is, that the Commons disagree to the amendment; the Lords insist...to keep the question open. But the first adherence 5 515. by either renders it necessary for the other to recede or adhere also; when the matter is usually...

The Blue Book of the State of Wisconsin for ...

1905
...to the other, the other may pass It with amendments. The regular progression in this case Is, that the commons disagree to the amendment ; the lords...Insisting may be repeated as often as they choose to keep tiic question open. But tne first adherence by either renders It necessary for the other to recede...

United States Congressional Serial Set

1918
...amendments. The reguto disagreeing, r ... . , insisting, and lar progression in this case is, that the Commons disagree to the amendment; the Lords insist...to keep the question open. But the first adherence } 516. by either renders it necessary for the other to recede or adhere also; when the matter is usually...

Hughes' American Parliamentary Guide: The Process of Lawmaking

Edward Wakefield Hughes - 1924 - 666 страници
...with amendments, the regular progression in this case is, that the Commons disagree to the amendments, the lords insist on it. The Commons insist on their...The term of insisting may be repeated as often as desired. But the first adherence by either renders it necessary for the other to recede or adhere also...

The Assembly Manual of the Wisconsin Legislature

Wisconsin. Legislature. Assembly - 1933
...wftn amendments. The regular proto disagreeing, . . . . insisting, and gression m this case is, that the Commons disagree to the amendment; the Lords insist...may be repeated as often as they choose to keep the §8 402, 403. question open. But the first adherence by either renders it necessary for the other to...

Senate Manual Containing the Standing Rules, Orders, Laws, and Resolutions ...

United States. Congress. Senate - 1965
...to the other, the other may pass it with amendments. The regular progression in this case is, that the Commons disagree to the amendment; the Lords insist...The term of insisting may be repeated as often, as the}' choose to keep the question open. But the first adherence by either renders it necessary for...

Senate Manual Containing the Standing Rules, Orders, Laws, and Resolutions ...

United States. Congress. Senate
...to the other, the other may pass it with amendments. The regular progression in this case is, that the Commons disagree to the amendment; the Lords insist...either renders it necessary for the other to recede to adhere also; when the matter is usually suffered to fall. 10 Grey, 148. Latterly, however, there...

The State of Wisconsin Blue Book

Wisconsin - 1867
...to the other, the other may pass it with amendments. The regular progression in this case is, that the Commons disagree to the amendment ; the Lords...adherence by either, renders it necessary for the other side to recede or adhere also ; when the matter is usually suffered to fall. — 10 Grey, 148. Latterly,...

Constitution, Jefferson's Manual, the Rules of the House of Representatives ...

United States. Congress. House - 1880
...to the other, the other may pass it with amendments. The regular progression in this case is, that the commons disagree to the amendment ; the lords...first adherence by either renders it necessary for (he other to recede or adhere also ; when the matter is usually suffered to fall. 10 Grey, 148. Latterly,...

Constitution, Jefferson's Manual, the Rules of the House of Representatives ...

United States. Congress. House - 1884
...to the otter, the other may pass it with amendments. The regular progression in this case is, that the commons disagree to the amendment ; the lords...amendment; the commons adhere to their disagreement. The'term of insisting may be repeated as often as they choose to keep the question open. But the first...




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