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2021 House Joint Resolution A: Require two-thirds vote on "lame duck" session bills

To place before voters in the next general election a Constitutional amendment to require that bills passed in a “lame duck” legislative session held after the election in an even year must get a two-thirds House and Senate majority vote to become law. To be placed on the ballot a House or Senate Joint Resolution proposing a constitutional amendment much get at least a two-thirds majority in both the House and Senate. Approval by the governor is not required.

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52 total votes
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58 total votes

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House Roll Call 13 on 2021 House Joint Resolution A

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