Congressional Procedure, Additional Resources, Chapter 4

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Congressional Procedure
Congressional Procedure
A Practical Guide to the Legislative Process in the U.S. Congress: The House of Representatives and Senate Explained
By Richard A. Arenberg

 
 

Additional Resources

 

Pocket Constitution

 

Chapter 4 – House Floor

A. Introduction
B. Scheduling of Legislation
C. House Rules Committee
D. Special Rules
E. Privileged Business
F. Motion to Suspend the Rules
G. Debate
H. Amendment on the House Floor
I. Voting
J. Motion to Recommit
K. Final Passage

 
 

Chapter 4. House Floor
4. A. Introduction

 


House Floor

 

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4. B. Scheduling of Legislation

 


Congress.gov: Calendars and Scheduling

 

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4. C. House Rules Committee

 


Rules Committee Hearing H.R. 1, November 2017

 

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4. D. Special Rules

 


Welch: Cut the debt ceiling hypocrisy

 

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4. E. Privileged Business

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4. F. Motion to Suspend the Rules

 


The House of Representatives in comparison to the Senate

 

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4. G. Debate

 


Symbolism in the House Chamber

 

 


A Curator’s Tour of the U.S. House Chamber

 

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4. H. Amendment on the House Floor

 
 


House Honors Outgoing Parliamentarian John Sullivan

 
 

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4. I. Voting

 


House Passes Senate Health Care Bill

 

 


H.R. 1424 House Roll Call Vote on Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008

 

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4. J. Motion to Recommit

 


Chairman Diane Black (R-TN); Response to Motion to Recommit

 

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4. K. Final Passage

 


Budget Bill Moves Toward Final Passage in Senate

 

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