Rules of the Committee on Education and Labor

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1985 - 24 pages
 

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Page 23 - Witnesses at investigative hearings may be accompanied by their own counsel for the purpose of advising them concerning their constitutional rights.
Page 2 - SEC. 207. RECORDS. — The Joint Committee shall keep a complete record of all committee actions, including a record of the votes on any question on which a record vote is demanded. All...
Page 10 - In any event, the report of any committee on a measure which has been approved by the committee shall be filed within seven calendar days (exclusive of days on which the House is not in session) after the day on which there has been filed with the clerk of the committee a written request, signed by a majority of the members of the committee, for the reporting of that measure.
Page 6 - Rule 8. Subcommittee Scheduling. — Subcommittee chairmen shall set meeting dates after consultation with the Chairman and other subcommittee chairmen with a view toward avoiding simultaneous scheduling of committee and subcommittee meetings or hearings, wherever possible. Available dates for subcommittee meetings during the session shall be assigned by the Chairman to the subcommittees as nearly as practicable in rotation and in accordance with their workloads.
Page 3 - Information so available for public inspection shall include a description of the amendment, motion, order, or other proposition and the name of each Member voting for and each Member voting against such amendment, motion, order, or proposition, and the names of those Members present but not voting.
Page 20 - ... and the personal behavior of the committee members and staff, other Government officials and personnel, witnesses, television, radio and press media personnel, and the general public at the hearing or other meeting shall be in strict conformity with and observance of the acceptable standards of dignity, propriety, courtesy, and decorum traditionally observed by the House...
Page 8 - ... shall make public announcement of the date, place, and subject matter of any hearing to be conducted on any measure or matter at least one week before the commencement of that hearing unless the committee determines that there is good cause to begin such hearing at an e'arlier date.
Page 8 - ... hearing, to call witnesses selected by the minority to testify with respect to that measure or matter during at least one day of hearing thereon.
Page 20 - 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...
Page 21 - Galleries. (4) Television cameras shall be placed so as not to obstruct in any way the space between any witness giving evidence or testimony and any member of the committee or the visibility of that witness and that member to each other.

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