Reaction in Texas to House Rule Change Republicans in Congress Wednesday softened the rule preventing a House leader from serving if he is indicted for a crime punishable by at least two years in prison. The move comes as two grand juries in Texas investigate possible improper use of funds by political action committees associated with House Majority Leader Tom DeLay. Hear NPR's Wade Goodwyn.
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Reaction in Texas to House Rule Change

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Reaction in Texas to House Rule Change

Reaction in Texas to House Rule Change

Reaction in Texas to House Rule Change

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Republicans in Congress Wednesday softened the rule preventing a House leader from serving if he is indicted for a crime punishable by at least two years in prison. The move comes as two grand juries in Texas investigate possible improper use of funds by political action committees associated with House Majority Leader Tom DeLay. Hear NPR's Wade Goodwyn.