Partisanship rules panel

October 2007
Hill;10/4/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 116, p1
The article reports on the criticisms made by David Dreier, a ranking member of the Republican House Rules Committee, against Chairwoman Louise Slaughter in the U.S. Dreier criticized Slaugher during her speech and said that she failed to deliver her promises for an open, bipartisan legislative environment. Drier is one of the four members who aired their grievances publicly of how the committee operated.


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