For the purposes of the Minnesota Constitution, article IV, section 12, a legislative day is a day when either house of the legislature gives any bill a third reading, adopts a rule of procedure or organization, elects a university regent, confirms a gubernatorial appointment, or votes to override a gubernatorial veto. A legislative day begins at seven o'clock a.m. and continues until seven o'clock a.m. of the following calendar day.
NOTE: The amendment to this section by Laws 2023, chapter 62, article 2, section 8, is effective January 13, 2025, and applies to sessions of the legislature convening on or after that date. Laws 2023, chapter 62, article 2, section 8, the effective date.
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