by Matthew David Albritton
August 23, 2012
Senate Rules and Judicial Review2012-08-22T22:35:33-04:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/920/20120822223822001_hd.jpgDoes the Senate's prerogative in determining it's own rules make those rules immune from Judicial Review?
Does the Senate's prerogative in determining it's own rules make those rules immune from Judicial Review?
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