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Parliamentary Procedure
Parliamentary procedure is the formal set of rules and practices that dictate how individuals may conduct business on the floor of the House and Senate. The rules are maintained by the House and Senate parliamentarians, both of whom serve as resources for members of Congress.


parlimentarians: http://www.senate.gov/reference/resources/pdf/RS20544.pdf