The Chief Clerk of the House prepares a calendar for each day’s order of business. The calendar contains the schedule of bills, resolutions, and memorials that the House can either consider as a body or in one of its committees of reference. When the House considers legislation as a body, the bills, resolutions, and memorials are placed at the front of the calendar. Legislation to be heard by the House can be scheduled through the end of session. The House schedule is fluid; with a vote of the House, scheduled items can be laid over to a later date or considered out of order, or new items can be brought up on special orders.