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president pro tem

 (prō tĕm′)
n. pl. presidents pro tem Informal
A president pro tempore.
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The State Chamber/AIA's 60th annual Washington Fly-In & Congressional Reception, which was held May 8-10, drew a diverse crowd including the entire Arkansas Congressional delegation, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson, Arkansas Senate President Pro Tem Jim Hendren and Arkansas Speaker of the House Matthew Shepherd.
City Council President Pro Tem William Parker says the additional revenue would boost the local economy through recruitment of sports and entertainment events.
"It'll be a great thing," said Trustee Bert Rosenberg, who served as president pro tem with Mayor Tom Hayes out of town.
Both Senate President Pro Tem Greg Treat and Speaker McCall authored nearly identical bills and identified this as one of their highest priorities.
Buck, a white man, is best known for his donations to Democratic politicians and their causes, including (https://www.opensecrets.org/) $2,950 to back Hillary Clinton in 2016 and $7,600 to former state Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de Leon in 2017.
At the start of the 116th Congress in January, Grassley was sworn in as Senate President pro tem, placing him third in the presidential succession line.
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Balukoff, Senate President Pro Tem Brent Hill and Bonneville County GOP official Doyle Beck are also members.
Late Monday, after McMaster's office announced Condon's appointment, Senate President Pro Tem Hugh Leatherman, R-Florence, Senate Majority Leader Shane Massey, R-Edgefield, and Senate Minority Leader Nikki Setzler, D-Lexington, sent McMaster a letter challenging the governor's authority to make the move.
INDIANA SENATE PRESIDENT PRO TEM DAVID LONG (R) ANNOUNCED THAT HE WILL RETIRE in November after serving in the General Assembly for 22 years, the last 12 as Senate GOP leader.
It further resolves that the copies of the resolution will be presented to US President, President Pro Tem of the US Senate and Speaker of the US House of Representatives as well as to the members of the New Mexico congressional delegation.
California Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de Leon proposes creating a charity to support the state's schools, highways and other public programs.