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House Republicans Consider Rule Change to Aid DeLay
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House Republicans Consider Rule Change to Aid DeLay

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House Republicans Consider Rule Change to Aid DeLay

House Republicans Consider Rule Change to Aid DeLay
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House Republicans vote in a closed session Wednesday on whether to make rules changes that could shield Majority Leader Tom DeLay. A Texas grand jury has indicted several members of DeLay's staff on criminal charges related to campaign finances. A rule change could keep DeLay in his post if he were indicted. Hear NPR's Andrea Seabrook.

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