It is the practice for one House of Parliament to send a message to the other House:
(1) to inform the other House that:
(a) it has passed a bill and desires the concurrence of the other House to the proposed measure;
(b) it agrees to a bill, with or without amendment, which has been sent to it by the other House;
(c) it agrees to the amendments made to one of its bills by the other House;
(d) it insists, or does not insist, upon its amendments to a bill, in case the other
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