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House Proceeding 06-16-09 on Jun 16th, 2009 :: 0:13:05 to 0:14:15
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Tim Holden

0:13:01 to 0:13:22( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Holden: up and defend the integrity of the institution. this is about the integrity of the in were not intentionally misled by an agency of government. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the chair is prepared to rule. the resolution proposes to direct the select subcommittee on the permanent select committee on intelgence to review and verify the accuracy of certain public statements of

Tim Holden

0:13:05 to 0:14:15( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Tim Holden

Tim Holden

0:13:23 to 0:13:45( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Holden: the speaker concerning communications to the congress from an element of the executive branch. such a review necessarily would include an evalue nation not only of the statements of the speaker but also the exetive communications to which t statements related. thus the review necessarily would involve an evaluation of the oversight regime that formed the context of those communications as well.

Tim Holden

0:13:46 to 0:14:06( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Holden: in reviewing and verifying the accuracy of the aforementioned public statements, the select subcommittee would be assessing not only the probity of the speaker's actions but also the probity of the actions of the executive branch officials. on these premises, the chair finds that the instant resolution is not materially different from house resolution

Tim Holden

0:14:07 to 0:14:16( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Holden: 470 which was held on may 21, 2009, not to present a question of privilege. the chair therefore holds that the resolution is not privileged under rule 9.

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