Skip to comments.House Committee Misses Chance to Question Sec. Napolitano on Immigration Enforcement
Posted on 02/20/2012 11:11:28 AM PST by OddLane
The House Homeland Security Committee hosted a hearing Wednesday afternoon called An Examination of the President's FY 2013 Budget Request for the Department of Homeland Security with DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano.
The Congressmen in attendance were Peter King (Committee Chairman) of New York, Lamar Smith of Texas, Dan Lungren of California, Mike Rogers of Alabama, Michael McCaul of Texas, Bennie Thompson (Committee Ranking Member), Loretta Sanchez of California, Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas, Henry Cuellar of Texas, Yvette Clarke of New York, Laura Richardson of California, Danny Davis of Illinois, Chip Cravaack of Minnesota, Patrick Meeham of Pennsylvania, Scott Rigell of Virginia, Jeff Duncan of South Carolina, Blake Farenthold of Texas, Cedric Richmond of Louisiana, Hansen Clarke of Michigan, Joe Walsh of Illinois, Brian Higgins of New York, Candice Miller of Michigan, Tim Walberg of Michigan, Bob Turner of New York, Janice Hahn of California, and Kathy Hochul of New York.
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Don't hold your breath
I am not familiar with the rules of order....can anyone speak in a meeting or does the Chairman or Ranking member have to officially recognize someone in order for them to speak? Congressman Jeff Ducan seems like a pretty good guy he’s from a district in SC not far from me......
misses = evades
Her standard answer now is, I dont know one way or the other.