4.02 RESOLUTIONS. A statement of facts being forwarded for action to a governmental official, agency, or body or other similar proposal is a memorial and must be introduced in the same form and take the same course as a bill. A joint resolution and any resolution requiring the signature of the governor must be introduced in the same form and take the same course as a bill.
A resolution must not authorize expenditure from any source other than the money appropriated by the Legislature to the House.
Congratulatory resolutions do not require consideration or adoption by the House.
A resolution must not be changed to a bill, and a bill must not be changed to a resolution.