The document contains an agreement obtained by a joint temporary committee (a conference committee) that was appointed to negotiate a compromise between the House of Representatives and the Senate. A resolution by which the Senate, if supported by a two-thirds majority, formally gives its opinion and approval to a treaty, thus authorizing the President to continue the ratification of the treaty. A postponement that ends an annual meeting of Congress. A «sine die» adjournment does not put a reminder day, so Congress will not meet until the first day of the next session. According to the Constitution, the postponement of sin (unless the next session is close to the session) requires the agreement of both chambers, obtained by the adoption of a concomitant resolution which, in current practice, also authorizes the leaders of both chambers to convene their meeting if circumstances warrant. legal agreements that the United States enters into with other states or international organizations; they may take the form of an executive agreement (but will not be submitted to the Senate for consultation and approval) or in the form of a contract. A request from a senator to his party leader to delay ground action in case of action (for example. B bill) or a deal (for example. B appointment), to be consulted on his or her order and/or to indicate that he or she would submit a unanimous application for approval to review this business position or any other delay or impediment to the review.

Statement attached to a conference report explaining the conference agreement and the intention of the conferences. Sometimes referred to as «managers` statement.» In the Senate, a proposal that, if accepted, sets out procedural guidelines for the consideration of a measure or case on the ground. If a member objects to such a request, it is not agreed. Even sometimes referred to as the «UC agreement» or «time agreement.» A daily meeting of one of the two chambers was held primarily to avoid a break of more than three days during the annual session or a postponement (which would be constitutionally required for approval by the other chamber). Pro forma sessions are usually short, with no business or very little done. An agreement negotiated and signed by the executive branch that will enter into force if passed by a two-thirds majority in the Senate and will then be ratified by the President. A temporary appointment of the Speaker during a Senate recess, a person in a position of the federal government, where such an appointment usually requires the advice and approval of the Senate. A temporary joint committee was created to resolve the differences between versions of a measure passed by the House of Representatives and the Senate. Appointments and contracts submitted by the Speaker to the Senate for «deliberation and approval»; The Senate treats these transactions separately from its legislative activity. A common law act (usually in the form of a joint resolution) that provides federal agencies and federal programs with funds (or annual appropriations) to continue their activities if the common (or annual) acts have not been adopted before the beginning of the fiscal year.