Tuesday, November 14, 2006

The Sutton Special Session

Details are now emerging on the special session called to investigate Senator Dan Sutton on November 27th.

A nine member committee will ask questions to the involved parties and then present the results of their questioning to the full Senate which will then vote on the findings.

One of three things will happen: Sutton could get expelled with a two-thirds vote. He could get censored or disciplined with a 60-percent vote. Or the senate could clear his name with a majority vote.

There is no timetable as to how long the proceedings will last but it was announced that they will be open to the public.

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