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A committee consisting of both House and Senate members.
Procedural guidelines adopted by both the House and Senate that govern matters of concern to both houses, such as committees of conference and joint sessions. In the absence of joint rules, the General Assembly refers to parliamentary guides to resolve matters concerning both houses.
A combined meeting of the House of Representatives and Senate.
A sponsor who joins with another sponsor to introduce a bill or joint resolution.
The official record of House of Representatives and Senate legislative floor sessions prepared and distributed by the Clerks' offices. Each house prepares its own Journal.