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ARTICLE II - BILLS

ENROLLMENT AND SIGNATURE
 

2.07 After a bill or memorial or joint resolution has been passed by both houses, it shall be carefully and properly enrolled by the Revisor of Statutes under the direction of the Secretary of the Senate for a matter originating in the Senate or the Chief Clerk of the House for a matter originating in the House.

 

The enrollment shall be prepared on archival quality paper approximately 8 1/2" x 14" in size and may be produced by means of a copying machine. An enrolled bill shall be labeled "An Act" but otherwise shall be identical to the bill passed by the Legislature. Other enrollments shall be identical to the memorial or joint resolution passed by the legislature.

 

The Revisor of Statutes shall obtain the signatures and certificates of the proper officers to the enrollment. A joint resolution applying to the Congress of the United States to call a convention for proposing amendments to the Constitution of the United States, ratifying an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, proposing an amendment to the Minnesota Constitution, or prescribing the compensation of judges shall not be presented to the Governor for approval but shall be deposited by the Revisor of Statutes with the Secretary of State. All other enrollments shall be presented to the Governor for approval.

  

Joint Rule 2.06
Joint Rule 3.01
Index of Joint Rules

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