Senate Rule 20 - Special Committees on Accountability - The President may appoint a Special Committee on Accountability which shall conduct informational briefings on matters referred to it by Senate Leadership or investigate matters referred to it by single house or concurrent resolutions.
The committee shall be composed of not less than five members, unless otherwise ordered by the Senate, and include a member or members of the minority party. The President shall appoint the committee's vice chair, who may change from time to time, to represent the standing committee having primary jurisdiction over the subject matter referred to the special committee. All requirements of standing committees shall apply to the committee.
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