The Motion to Proceed is an action that can be used to get the Senate to vote on a motion to commit to the Senate’s agreement on a particular bill or to recommitute it for the Senate floor.
In this case, the motion was made to recommend the “Buck Hunter Bill,” which was introduced in the Senate by Sens.
Cory Booker (D-NJ) and Richard Blumenthal (D, CT) on January 16, 2018.
It is currently before the Senate.
It passed with a voice vote on February 3, 2018, but the motion is expected to be considered by the Senate this week.
Here’s what you need to know about this motion and what you can do to influence it: What does the motion to commit to vote look like?
It’s basically a motion that the Senate can vote on or not vote on, and then the Senate has 30 days to consider it.
If it passes, it’s an automatic majority vote and the bill can be considered.
If not, the bill is subject to a 60-vote threshold in the chamber.
What are the possible consequences?
The motion to move the motion has two possible outcomes.
One is that it will fail, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
It’s important to note that a failure will not be binding, as it will be reviewed by the Rules Committee, which will then make a recommendation to the full Senate on what the Senate should do next.
If the motion passes, the Senate will then vote on the resolution.
If they vote in favor of the motion and send it to the floor for a vote, the resolution goes to the House for consideration.
But if the resolution passes, they have 60 days to act on it.
Should the motion fail, the House will vote on it again, but then the bill would need to be returned to the committee for a final vote.
If it fails again, it is a tie, and the Senate would have the option of voting again on the bill or not.
If there’s a tie after the 60-day break, then the vote on whether or not to recommmit is up to the majority party in the House.
The vote on what happens next depends on the Senate chamber, and some motions are likely to pass.
For example, a motion might be considered to recommite the “Citizens United” bill if it passes the Senate, but if it fails the House could vote to return it to committee, where the Senate could vote again.
Why is this motion important?
This is the first motion to pass the Senate that has been proposed by a Republican and the first that could get a majority of Republican votes in the next Congress.
The other motions, like the “Tillerson Trade,” have passed the Senate but not the House, which makes them less likely to happen in the 2020 election.
The motion, on the other hand, is likely to be a big win for Democrats, who are trying to win back the Senate in 2018.
Who is Cory Booker?
Cory Booker is a New Jersey senator from a liberal-leaning district.
Booker is the author of several books and a former chief counsel for the U.S. Department of Justice.
He has been an outspoken critic of Trump and the Trump administration, and is one of the co-sponsors of the “Respect for Democracy Act” and the “No Ban No Wall” legislation.
He is also the cofounder of the Booker Rule, a movement to make the Senate more democratic.
Booker’s campaign is based in his district, and he is the founder of the New Jersey Democrats.
Richard Blumenthal is a Connecticut senator who is a staunch critic of the Trump presidency.
He previously served as the U-S attorney for the Southern District of New York and was a senior prosecutor at the Department of the Interior under President George W. Bush.
He also served as director of the U,S.
Citizenship and Immigration Services under President Obama.
He was a member of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence and a member on the Homeland Security Committee.