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House Panel Votes To Adopt An Aggressive Format For Barr Hearing

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House Panel Votes To Adopt An Aggressive Format For Barr Hearing

House Panel Votes To Adopt An Aggressive Format For Barr Hearing

According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, the Democratic-led US House of Representatives Judiciary Committee voted to adopt a more aggressive questioning format for a hearing set for this week with Attorney General William Barr.

The resolution reportedly allows committee lawyers to question Barr during an extra hour of proceedings, in addition to a traditional hearing format that provides each lawmaker with five minutes for questions and remarks.

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