Phil King, R-Weatherford, authored the amendment to the House rules to limit abuse of typographical mistakes to kill legislation.
What does HR stand for?
HR stands for House Rule
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Summary: X Factor contestant Frankie Cocozza has hit the headlines after apparently breaking Gary Barlow's house rules.
PICOULT is known for tackling difficult subjects, and House Rules is no different.
Poster previously shepherded such big-time hit films as Emma, The Cider House Rules, Chocolat and Cold Mountain for the Weinstein Company.
But the panel also concluded that neither Hastert nor other officers of the House had violated any House rules, and recommended no sanctions for their failure to stop Foley's conduct.
While it is usually nearly impossible for Democrats to get bills through the all-powerful House Rules Committee, Miller's maneuver would have bypassed that step and guaranteed an automatic vote by the full House.
She explained the attorneys due diligence by thoroughly reviewing the documents from the building such as the proprietary lease, the house rules, the prospectus, the financial statements and physically going to the building and reviewing the minutes to determine if the building is financially and structurally sound.
And, on January 9, House speaker Dennis Hastert picked California Republican congressman David Dreier, chairman of the House Rules Committee, to help clean up the mess.