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Senate Standing Committees' Rules on Legislative Activities and Executive Business: Analysis for the 113th Congress

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Senate Rule XXVI directs Senate committees to adopt rules of procedure and publish them in the Congressional Record by March 1 of the first year of a new Congress. A committee's rules must be "not inconsistent" with the Senate's rules. Committee rules, even if they have not been amended, must be revalidated in each Congress as provided in Rule XXVI. Committee rules cover a variety of subjects-from meeting dates to quorums to processing nominations. Some Senate rules that are reflected in committees' rules must be followed, ...

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