Before a vote why does the chair say “ A Sufficient number having arisen” what does that mean? A second is needed for a… read more
Before a vote why does the chair say “ A Sufficient number having arisen” what does that mean? A second is needed for a recorded vote. There are three types of recorded votes. 1/5 is needed for Yays and Neas, 44 votes must be present for a recorded vote, and automatic vote does not require a second. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
Ms. Povich talked about the congressional agenda and the appropriations bills for the next fiscal year.
Mr. Duffy spoke from the Capitol about recent congressional action on defense appropriations.
Ms. Chatterjee talked about the ambitious agenda Senate leader Trent Lott has laid out. She predicted tough…
Representatives spoke about an upcoming bipartisan retreat designed to focus on improving civility.