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In the Other House and Conference Committees

From Chapter III of the 2013 Legislative Manual:

Each bill must go through the entire process all over again when it is transmitted to the other house. If a bill is passed by the other house without amendment, it is sent back to the originating house for final enrollment (preparation for final printing by the Legislative Counsel) and delivery to the Governor. If the other house amends the bill, then it is necessary for the originating house to concur or not to concur with the amendments. If the originating house concurs in the amendments, the bill is ready for enrollment. If it does not concur and the other house does not recede from its amendments, the bill must go to a conference committee, composed of an equal number of members from the Senate and the Assembly, for settlement of its final form.


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Last updated 1/29/2013

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