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Chapter 31 Conduct of Senators and Rules of Debate: 196 Tedious repetition



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CHAPTER 31

CONDUCT OF SENATORS AND RULES OF DEBATE

196 Tedious repetition

The President or the Chairman of Committees may call the attention of the Senate or the committee, as the case may be, to continued irrelevance or tedious repetition, and may direct a senator to discontinue a speech, but that senator may require that the question whether the senator be further heard be put, and then that question shall be put without debate.