|Authority and Rules of Senate Committees|
Contains the separate rules for the various committees, and describes their jurisdictions.
|Interviews With Floyd Riddick|
The Senate Oral History Project conducted extensive interviews with former Senate Parliamentarian Floyd M. Riddick.
|Joseph Story on the Senate Rulemaking Power|
In his Commentaries on the Constitution, Story wrote that the power of the senate to prescribe rules could not be deemed omnipotent. It must be construed with reference to, and in connexion with the power to preside.
|Riddick's Senate Procedure|
Named after former Senate Parliamentarian Floyd M. Riddick, this Senate document contains the contemporary precedents and practices of the Senate.
|Senate Election Law Guidebook|
Describes how to run for the United States Senate, including the relevant federal laws and constitutional provisions.
Search engine for the Senate Manual which includes the rules, orders, laws, and resolutions affecting the business of the United States Senate. Also includes Jefferson's Manual, Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confederation, and Constitution.
|Senate Orders Regarding Voting Procedure|
The Standing Orders of the U.S. Senate require Senators to vote from their desks.
|Standing Rules of the Senate|
U.S. Senate is authorized by the Constitution to determine the rules of its proceedings, and the Senate Rules are available here courtesy of the U.S. Senate Rules Committee.
The Senate is authorized to make rules for its proceedings by Article I, Section 5 of the Constitution.
|Thomas Jefferson's Manual Of Parliamentary Practice|
Jefferson was the second Senate President, and he put together this manual which is nowadays more applicable in the House of Representatives than the Senate.