Rules of Procedure

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Page 10 - Pensions, to which committee shall be referred all proposed legislation, messages, petitions, memorials, and other matters relating to the following subjects: 1.
Page 6 - ... and flashguns shall not be used in providing any method of coverage of the hearing or meeting...
Page 12 - ... (1) will disclose matters necessary to be kept secret in the interests of national defense or the confidential conduct of the foreign relations of the United States...
Page 6 - ... (2) No witness served with a subpoena by the committee shall be required against his or her will to be photographed at any hearing or to give evidence or testimony while the broadcasting of that hearing, by radio or television, is being conducted. At the request of any such witness who does not wish to be subjected to radio, television, or still photography coverage, all lenses shall be covered and all microphones used for coverage turned off.
Page 12 - ... the foreign relations of the United States; (2) will relate solely to matters of Committee staff personnel or internal staff management or procedure ; (3) will tend to charge an individual with crime or misconduct, to disgrace or injure the professional standing of an individual, or otherwise to expose an individual to public contempt or obloquy, or will represent a clearly unwarranted invasion of the privacy of an individual ; (4) will disclose the identity of any informer or law enforcement...
Page 13 - Government on a confidential basis, other than through an application by such person for a specific financial or other benefit, and is required to be kept secret in order to prevent undue injury to the competitive position of such person; or...
Page 13 - Whenever confusion arises in the Chamber or the galleries, or demonstrations of approval or disapproval are indulged in by the occupants of the galleries, it shall be the duty of the Chair to enforce order on his own initiative and without any point of order being made by a Senator.
Page 11 - Rules of the Senate) governing the procedure of such committee. The rules of each committee shall be published in the Congressional Record not later than March 1 of each year, except that if any such committee is established on or after February 1 of a year, the rules of that committee during the year of establishment shall be published in the Congressional Record not later than sixty days after such establishment. An amendment to the rules of any such committee shall be published in the Congressional...
Page 11 - Senate whenever consent has been given under this subparagraph and shall state the time and place of such meeting. The right to make such announcement of consent shall have the same priority as the filing of a cloture motion.
Page 10 - ... 1. Bonded debt of the United States, except as provided in the Congressional Budget Act of 1974. 2. Customs, collection districts, and ports of entry and delivery. 3. Deposit of public moneys. 4. General revenue sharing. 5. Health programs under the Social Security Act and health programs financed by a specific tax or trust fund. 6. National social security. 7. Reciprocal trade agreements. 8. Revenue measures generally, except as provided in the Congressional Budget Act of 1974. 9. Revenue measures...

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