13-R415

2013 -- S 1051

Enacted 07/03/13

 

 

J O I N T R E S O L U T I O N

DECLARING AND CONSENTING TO A RECESS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY

     

     

     Introduced By: Senators Goodwin, and Bates

     Date Introduced: July 03, 2013

 

     

 

     RESOLVED, That when both houses of the general assembly adjourn on the legislative

day of Wednesday, July 3, 2013, they shall be in recess until the call of the speaker of the house

of representatives or of the president of the senate. During the said recess, the desks of both

houses shall remain open for the sole purpose of receiving committee reports from committees

and/or veto messages from the governor. The desk of the senate shall remain open for the

additional purpose of receiving requests for the senate's advice and consent to such nominations,

appointments and/or assignments as may be provided by law.

     Adjournment on the legislative day of Wednesday, July 3, 2013, and any subsequent

reconvening prior to Tuesday, January 7, 2014, are hereby accorded the consent of both the house

of representatives and of the senate in accordance with section 9 of article VI of the constitution

of this state.

     The house may reconvene at any time prior to Tuesday, January 7, 2014, upon the call of

the speaker upon three (3) daysí notice, in writing, to each member of the house; for which

reconvening and subsequent recess or adjournment the senate gives its consent in accordance

with section 9 of article VI of the constitution of the state. Sending notices addressed to the

members of the house, at their addresses as the same appear on the records of the general

assembly by regular mail postage prepaid, shall be deemed sufficient compliance with the

foregoing provisions for notice in writing.

     The senate may reconvene at any time prior to Tuesday, January 7, 2014, upon the call of

the president upon three (3) daysí notice, in writing, to each member of the senate; for which

reconvening and subsequent recess or adjournment the house of representatives gives its consent

in accordance with section 9 of article VI of the constitution of the state. Sending notices

addressed to members of the senate, at their addresses as the same appear on the records of the

general assembly by regular mail postage prepaid, shall be deemed sufficient compliance with the

foregoing provisions for notice in writing.

 

     

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