Jason and I had a discussion in IM about the overrides. I think the Senate proceeded correctly under the constitution.
The constitution requires that the second body in the General Assembly “immediately consider” the vetoes. A variety of case decisions and common practice throughout the fifty states is pretty consistent in relying on Mason’s Manual of Legislative Procedure in the absence of a particular rule of procedure for a legislative body.
Now, keep in mind that “immediately consider” does not equal “immediately vote.” It actually means “consider.”
verb [ trans. ] (often be considered)
think carefully about (something), typically before making a decision