/ question is the passage of a bill on third reading.
(D) A member may participate in a recorded roll call vote in all cases except when the member may have a personal or pecuniary interest. For purposes of this section, a pecuniary interest shall exist when a member has a political action committee and the political action committee has received contributions from individuals or businesses that have a financial interest in the matter for which the recorded roll call vote is being taken. If a member has a pecuniary interest, the member must prepare a written statement describing the nature of his potential conflict of interest with respect to the action or decision, and the member shall deliver a copy of the statement to the presiding officer of the appropriate house. The presiding officer shall have the statement printed in the appropriate journal and require that the member of the General Assembly be excused from any recorded roll call votes. A political action committee does not include an individual candidate's committee or a legislative caucus committee." /
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