13. RECOGNITION - SPEAKING - LIMITATION ON SPEAKING
(a) No member rising to speak, debate, give a notice, make a motion, submit a report, or for any other purpose, shall proceed before addressing and being recognized by the chair, whereupon the member may proceed to address the House from the central microphone, or from his or her desk, confining his or her remarks to the purpose for which the member rose.
(b) When two or more members shall rise at once, the Speaker shall name the one who shall speak first.
(c) No one shall pass in front of a member who is speaking nor otherwise interfere with a member's remarks or with the ability of others to hear such remarks.
(d) No member shall speak more than twice upon the same question without consent of the House, except the chairman of the committee of reference or the mover of the question, who may close the debate; and no member shall speak longer than ten minutes without consent of the House.