A Minute Order is a legal document that contains a committee’s ruling on a particular issue (motion).  For example, a board member of the Texas Transportation Commission may make a motion to study all future highway projects to see whether or not they are toll viable.  If it goes to a vote and passes, the Minute Order then states in writing that the Commission ruled in favor of that motion and the ruling becomes an order that is to be carried out.

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