recommit

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commit once again, as of a crime

commit again

send back to a committee

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Similarly, on the tax cut recommital vote, 67 of the 199 Democrats in the opposed category were unchallenged in 1954, and 120 more were from noncompetitive districts.
One exasperated staffer expressed his dismay with Republicans on the farm bill this way: House votes 238-181 against recommital. Then votes 237-181 to accept conference report.
The House Rules Committee refused to report the bill for weeks, and it was bitterly opposed by Republicans and conservative Democrats during floor debate; it was even subjected to a recommital motion, a dilatory tactic usually dispensed with when a bill passes on the House floor.