Bills and resolutions

14. No Senate bill, other than a Senate supplementary appropriation bill, and no Senate joint resolution shall be introduced in the Senate after the forty-first day of a regular session unless permission to introduce the bill or the joint resolution be given by a Senate resolution, setting out the title to the bill or the joint resolution and adopted by a two-thirds vote of the Senate members present. When permission is requested to introduce a bill or joint resolution under the provisions of this rule, quadruplicate copies of the bill or the joint resolution shall accompany the resolution when introduced.
A standing committee of the Senate may originate a bill or resolution and report the same after the forty-first day.
The forty-first day of the regular session held in the year one thousand nine hundred seventy-seven and every fourth year thereafter shall be computed from and include the second Wednesday of February of such years.