|00:00:03||THE GENTLELADY HAS MET THE THRESHOLD BURDEN UNDER THE RULE AND THE GENTLEWOMAN FROM WISCONSIN AND A MEMBER OPPOSED EACH WILL CONTROL 10 MINUTES OF DEBATE ON THE CONSIDERATION.|
|00:00:14||FOLLOWING DEBATE THE CHAIR WILL PUT THE CONSIDERATION AS THE STATUTORY MEANS OF DISPOSING OF THE POINT OF ORDER.|
|00:00:22||THE CHAIR RECOGNIZES THE GENTLELADY FROM WISCONSIN.|
|00:00:27||MS. MOORE: I RAISE THIS POINT OF ORDER NOT NECESSARILY OUT OF CONCERN FOR UNFUNDED MANDATES, THRORE SOME UNFUNDED MANDATES IN THE|
The SPEAKER pro tempore. The gentlewoman from Wisconsin makes a point of order that the resolution violates section 426(a) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974.
The gentlewoman has met the threshold burden under the rule, and the gentlewoman from Wisconsin and a Member opposed each will control 10 minutes of debate on the question of consideration.
Following debate, the Chair will put the question of consideration as the statutory means of disposing of the point of order.
The Chair recognizes the gentlewoman from Wisconsin.