Stealth resolutions by Congress

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December 22, 2010
by Philip Giraldi  
Posted in Commentary

"When Congress actually sits down and does something, hold on to your hat and wallet. Last week the House passed 'unanimously' what might be described as a stealth resolution in that the document was only made public a day before being voted on, allowing no time for genuine debate or review by legislators and voters. When it was finally tabled, it received a voice vote, in which those present say aye or nay, with the speaker declaring whether the resolution passes or not." (12/23/10)  

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