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28 February, 19:52

The house and the senate have similar standing committees. why might the senate have never felt the need to have a rules committee?

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  1. 1 March, 10:12
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    The U. S. Senate does not have a Rules Committee because the Senate allows unlimited debate on introduced bills. The House of Representatives Rules Committee in contrast, decides under which exact rules a bill will be introduced to the larger body - - including time allowed on the bill itself.
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