Disagree: To reject an amendment of the other chamber.
See: Stage of Disagreement (CongressionalGlossary.com); Amendments Between the Houses (Chambers) / Insist / Amendments in Disagreement / Amendments in Technical Disagreement (CongressionalGlossary.com).
- Conference Committee
- Engrossed Measure
- Joint Resolution
- Unanimous Consent
- § 6.70 House Floor: Scheduling and Privilege, § 6.270 Amendments between the Houses, in Congressional Deskbook
- Chapter 6.B. Resolving Differences; Chapter 6.C. Amendments Between the Chambers; Chapter 6.D. Conference Committee; in Congressional Procedure
- House Rule XXII – House and Senate Relations (47-page PDF)
- Senate Rule XXVIII – Conference Committees; Reports; Open Meetings
- Senate Rule XIV – Joint Resolutions, Resolutions, and Preambles Thereto
- “Amendments Between the Houses: Procedural Options and Effects,” CRS Report R41003 (40-page PDF)
- “Amendments Between the Houses,” CRS Report 98-812 (6-page PDF)
- “Resolving Legislative Differences in Congress: Conference Committees and Amendments Between the Houses,” CRS Report 98-696 (40-page PDF)
- “The Amending Process in the House of Representatives,” CRS Report 98-995 (49-page PDF)
- “Amendments in Disagreement,” CRS Report 98-813 (3-page PDF)
- “Points of Order in the Congressional Budget Process,” CRS Report 97-865 (21-page PDF)
- “The Legislative Process on the House Floor: An Introduction,” CRS Report 95-563 (18-page PDF)
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