Standing Rules of the United States Senate, Rule XXXII

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Rule XXXII of the Standing Rules of the United States Senate, established by the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration, governs how the President of the United States shall be informed with records of executive sessions of the Senate.[1]

Text of Rule XXXII[edit]

1. The President of the United States shall, from time to time, be furnished with an authenticated transcript of the public executive records of the Senate, but no further extract from the Executive Journal shall be furnished by the Secretary, except by special order of the Senate; and no paper, except original treaties transmitted to the Senate by the President of the United States, and finally acted upon by the Senate, shall be delivered from the office of the Secretary without an order of the Senate for that purpose.

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Standing Rules of the United States Senate