The Legislative Branch of the ASOSU represents the collective opinion of the student body. It consists of elected members who serve in the ASOSU Congress. The roles of the ASOSU Congress are divided into two houses: the ASOSU House of Representatives, which handles the fiscal policy, and the ASOSU Senate, which handles legislative policy. Members of the ASOSU House of Representatives are elected based on graduate and undergraduate status and serve one year, while members of the ASOSU Senate are elected by the entire student body and serve two years.
"The President of the Senate shall preside over all regular and special meetings, coordinate activities and orientations, and oversee all operations of the Senate." - ASOSU Constitution
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"The Speaker of the House shall preside over all regular and special meetings, coordinate activities and orientations, and oversee all operations of the House of Representatives." - ASOSU Constitution
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"The Congressional Clerk shall advise the Presiding Officers of the Senate and House of Representatives on questions of parliamentary procedure and act as a consultant in the writing of legislation.Upon passage of any legislation, the Congressional Clerk shall be responsible for obtaining the signatures of the Speaker of the House and President of the Senate, and delivering the legislation to the ASOSU President to sign or veto. Upon being signed into effect or vetoed, all legislation shall be returned to the Congressional Clerk for archiving." - ASOSU Constitution