Motion to proceed to consider

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A motion to proceed to consider is a motion, usually offered by the Majority Leader to bring a bill or other measure up for consideration. The usual way of bringing a measure to the floor when unanimous consent to do so cannot be obtained. For legislative business, the motion is debatable under most circumstances, and therefore may be subject to filibuster.[1]

References

  1. [1] US Senate Reference
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