Parliamentary Procedure of the U.S. Senate: Debate and Amendment

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Parliamentary Procedure of the U.S. Senate: Debate and Amendment

With Robert Dove

Learn about the two characteristics of the U.S. Senate that set it apart from the House of Representatives: the right to debate and the right to amend. Topics include:

  • Recognition
  • Non-debatable questions
  • Limiting debate
  • Cloture
  • Amendment process

Available as Audio CD or as online download.






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