Talk:United States House Committee on Rules

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Could someone elaborate on the "forced change" that came about in 1910 that reduced the Rules commitee's power?

I'm curious. Thanks.

cere --209.20.186.108 15:30, 24 Mar 2004 (UTC)

What does it mean by "rule" in the opening paragraph.[edit]

This definition is not very lucid, needs some work.

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