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RISK OF TERRORIST ATTACK:
Hoekstra Statement on DOCEX
Response to New York Times Article
Hoekstra Statement on New York Times Mea Culpa
“The mea culpa of the New York Times public editor comes too late
Statement on Presidential Press Conference
President Bush is correct when he says the war against radical Islam is the challenge of this generation.
The Intelligence Oversight Act of 1980
1980- The Intelligence Oversight Act of 1980 provided that the heads of intelligence agencies would keep the oversight committees “fully and currently informed” of their activities including “any significant anticipated intelligence activity.” ...
Can I come to open/closed hearings?
The press and public can attend an open committee hearing. A closed hearing, by contrast, is closed to the public and the media.
What is a closed hearing?
A closed hearing is a hearing that the public and the media are not allowed to sit in on. A House committee may close a hearing only if it
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