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PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO RULE XXII
(RELATING TO CLOTURE)
During the 85th Congress, 1st session (up to February 11, 1957), the following proposals to amend standing rule XXII, relating to cloture, have been referred to the Committee on Rules and Administration for consideration:
Date of refer
ence to committee
Sponsor and cosponsors
8. Res. 17..
8. Res. 19. S. Res. 21. 8. Res. 28. 8. Res. 29. B. Res. 30.
Jan. 7, 1957 Mr. Douglas, Mr. Ives, Mr. Murray, Mr. Humphrey, Mr. Morse,
Mr. Hennings, Mr. Chavez, Mr. Jackson, Mr. Potter, Mr. Mc-
Mr. Clark, Mr. Javits.
do.. Mr, Morse. Jan. 9, 1957 Mr. Ives.
Mr. Humphrey, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Clark, Mr. Douglas. do.
Mr. Knowland, Mr. Johnson of Texas, Mr. Saltonstall, Mr. Bridges,
Mr. Dirksen, Mr. Smith of New Jersey, Mr. Thye, Mr, Barrett,
8. Res. 32.
Rule XXII consists of three sections. For the purposes of this analysis the text of the present rule is given section by section with the portions intended to be deleted or substituted for in italic. The changes proposed by the respective resolutions are indicated opposite the section or paragraph of rule XXII to which they would apply.
It should be noted that no change in section 1 of rule XXII is contemplated by any of the resolutions considered. Also, two proposals are included which would not effect any change in rule XXII. In addition to amending that rule, Senate Resolution 19 would provide
That the Senate do now adopt as its rules for the Eighty-
and Senate Resolution 30 would add to rule XXXII the following new section:
2. The rules of the Senate shall continue from one Congress to the next Congress unless they are changed as provided in
these rules. The analysis of the proposed amendments to rule XXII follows:
Comparative analysis of proposed amendments to Rule XXII (relating to