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Legislature: rules; Constitutional amendments: state;
Legislature; rules; passage of bills introduced during regular session held after November election in an even-numbered year; require a 2/3 vote in both houses. Amends sec. 26, art. IV of the state constitution.
Bill Document Formatting Information
The following bill formatting applies to the 2019-2020 session:
- New language in an amendatory bill will be shown in BOLD AND UPPERCASE.
- Language to be removed will be stricken.
- Amendments made by the House will be blue with square brackets, such as: [House amended text].
- Amendments made by the Senate will be red with double greater/lesser than symbols, such as: <<Senate amended text>>.
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Senate Introduced Joint Resolution
Introduced Joint Resolutions appear as they were introduced and reflect no subsequent amendments or changes.
As Passed by the Senate
As Passed by the Senate is the Joint Resolution, as introduced, that includes any adopted Senate amendments, delineated within angle brackets (shading prior to 2003), and/or substitute before transmittal to the House.
As Passed by the House
As Passed by the House is the Joint Resolution, as received from the Senate, that includes any adopted House amendments, delineated within square brackets, and/or substitute before transmittal to the Senate.
Senate Enrolled Joint Resolution
Enrolled Joint Resolution is the version passed in identical form by both houses of the Legislature.
(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)