Article VII. CLOSED SESSION
- When in the opinion of any member, the business before the Senate requires that the discussion be carried on privately, such members may move that the Senate proceed in closed session. When such motion is adopted the chairperson shall direct everyone except Senators and officers out of the legislative chamber, and the legislative chamber will be closed and remain closed until such closed sessions are completed. Every member and officer shall keep secret all such proceedings and matters that take place in the private meeting. Divulging the proceedings before the order of secrecy is removed, shall result in removal from the Senate. Expulsion or suspension will be determined by a 2/3-majority vote of the Senate.