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Morning hour/morning business

In the Senate, morning hour technically is the first two hours of a legislative day, during which routine morning business, such as introduction of legislation, filing of committee reports, and leadership descriptions of upcoming business, is conducted. Morning business can be set aside or delayed by unanimous consent.

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