Senate Rule S20-30. Questions of privilege -- restrictions. (1) Questions of privilege in order of precedence are those:
(a) affecting the collective rights, safety, dignity, or integrity of the proceedings of the Senate; and
(b) affecting the rights, reputation, or conduct of individual Senators in their capacity as Senators.
(2) A Senator may not address the Senate on a question of privilege between the time:
(a) an undebatable motion is offered and the vote is taken on the motion;
(b) the previous question is ordered and the vote is taken on the proposition included under the previous question; or
(c) a motion to lay on the table is offered and the vote is taken on the motion.