S.Res.216 - A resolution establishing as a standing order of the Senate a requirement that a Senator publicly discloses a notice of intent to object to proceeding to any measure or matter.108th Congress (2003-2004)
|Sponsor:||Sen. Lott, Trent [R-MS] (Introduced 08/01/2003)|
|Committees:||Senate - Rules and Administration|
|Latest Action:||08/01/2003 Referred to the Committee on Rules and Administration.|
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Summary: S.Res.216 — 108th Congress (2003-2004)All Bill Information (Except Text)
Introduced in Senate (08/01/2003)
Requires the majority and minority leaders of the Senate or their designees to recognize a notice of intent of a Senator who is a member of their caucus to object to proceeding to a measure or matter only if the Senator submits: (1) such notice in writing to the appropriate leader or their designee; and (2) within three days after the submission, a specified notice for inclusion in the Congressional Record and in the applicable calendar section established by the Secretary of the Senate for both the Senate Calendar of Business and the Senate Executive Calendar entitled "Notices of Intent to Object to Proceeding."
Authorizes a Senator to have an item with respect to the Senator removed from the calendar to which it was added by submitting a specified notice.