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The House Intelligence Committee has heard testimony from a security professional who has access to information and a duty to report to national security officials. This official told the committee that the white house was aware of multiple reports of weapons being in the crowd. The committee played audio from the official’s interview. Despite the controversy over the FBI’s investigation, the committee is moving forward. In the meantime, there are still a lot of questions to be answered.
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The House Intelligence Committee’s hearings were intense and riveting. They captured the news cycle and shaped public opinion. After they concluded, Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan wrote about the hearings. She found that the committee had uncovered a surprising amount of new material. The document also established Trump’s criminal culpability. There is little doubt that the hearings will change the course of American politics. For now, however, it is a good time to pay attention to what committees are doing.
Whether you’re a member of a committee or not, you should keep up with the latest news regarding your board or committee. There’s a lot to know about a committee and what they’re doing. Here are a few of the most important bits of information:
The Chancellor met with Nicole Oswald, the current chair of the ASC. She’s on leave for the remainder of the summer, and her successor will assume that role. In addition, the current TTC process continues to generate discussion. The ASC is also involved in the study group for academic staff in CGS and will continue the dialogue over the summer. In addition, the ASC continues to discuss the campus’s thesis/dissertation submission requirements.
In the meantime, the committee has been busy making decisions on several issues. One of the major issues for the panel is whether to raise the threshold for objections to presidential election results. One of the committee’s recent proposals raises this threshold. And it proposes to overhaul the role of the vice president. This new legislation is a good first step. However, it will take some time to move forward. It’s important to keep an eye on how it will affect the future of the committee.