[Senate Calendars for January 27, 2016 - 114th Congress, 2nd Session] [From the U.S. Government Publishing Office] NOTICE OF INTENT TO OBJECT TO PROCEEDING ________________________________________________________________________ When a notice of intent to object is given to the appropriate leader, or their designee, and such notice is submitted for inclusion in the Congressional Record and the Senate Calendar of Business, or following the objection to a unanimous consent to proceeding to, and, or disposition of, a measure or matter on their behalf, it shall be placed in the section of the Calendar entitled ``Notice of Intent to Object to Proceeding''. (S. Res. 28, 112th Congress) ________________________________________________________________________ Number Title Date and Senator ________________________________________________________________________ [[Page 50]] S. 1705 An original bill to July 29, 2015.--Mr. Wyden. authorize appropriations for fiscal year 2016 for intelligence-related activities of the United States Government, the Community Management Account, and the Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability System, and for other purposes. ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ RESOLUTIONS AND MOTIONS OVER, UNDER THE RULE ________________________________________________________________________ When objection is heard to immediate consideration of a resolution or motion when submitted, it shall be placed here, to be laid before the Senate on the next legislative day for consideration, unless by unanimous consent the Senate shall otherwise direct. (Rule XIV, Paragraph 6.) ________________________________________________________________________ ======================================================================== Number Short Title Date Submitted and Author ________________________________________________________________________ BILLS AND JOINT RESOLUTIONS READ THE FIRST TIME ________________________________________________________________________ When objection is heard to the second reading of a bill or joint resolution, that measure is then laid before the Senate during morning business of the next legislative day for the second reading. (Rule XIV, Paragraph 2.) ________________________________________________________________________ ======================================================================== Number Short Title Date and Author ________________________________________________________________________ [[Page 51]] S. Res. 18 A resolution making Jan. 6, 2015.--Mr. majority party McConnell. appointments for the 114th Congress. S. Res. 20 A resolution limiting Jan. 6, 2015.--Mr. Udall. certain uses of the filibuster in the Senate to improve the legislative process.