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The Legislative Resolution: An Explanation
A legislative resolution is branch action by the Legislature, through a majority vote of a quorum of the body. Known as an "LR," a legislative resolution is most commonly used by the Legislature for internal branch actions (such as promulgating or amending House rules) or actions not requiring presentation to the Executive Branch Chairman for approval (such as the establishment of standards for improper conduct for elected Crow Tribal officials or ratification for final approval).
In the United States Congress, both the House and the Senate may pass resolutions the same way and for the same purposes as the Crow Legislature (a resolution which is intended to pass both chambers is a "concurrent resolution" and a resolution which is intended to pass a single chamber is a "simple resolution").
Below are all the LR's passed by the Crow Tribal Legislature since the creation of the 2001 Crow Constitutional government.
(Note: this page is currently under construction)