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2015-02-13 Senate Journal

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2015-02-13                     Senate Journal                      Page 0219
SCR 4                                                                                                                         
Senators Dunleavy, Kelly, Coghill, Giessel, Huggins, McGuire moved                                                              
and asked unanimous consent to be shown as cosponsors on SENATE                                                                 
CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 4 Relating to the duties of                                                                           
delegates selected by the legislature to attend a convention of the                                                             
states called under art. V, Constitution of the United States, to consider                                                      
a countermand amendment to the Constitution of the United States;                                                               
establishing as a joint committee of the legislature the Delegate                                                               
Credential Committee and relating to the duties of the committee;                                                               
providing for an oath for delegates and alternates to a countermand                                                             
amendment convention; providing for a chair and assistant chair of the                                                          
state's countermand amendment delegation; providing for the duties of                                                           
the chair and assistant chair; providing instructions for the selection of                                                      
a convention president; and providing specific language for the                                                                 
countermand amendment on which the state's convention delegates are                                                             
authorized by the legislature to vote to approve. Without objection, it                                                         
was so ordered.