Senator Zaffirini, who misses nothing, informs me that in citing the language of the proposed rule establishing a process for removing the speaker, I wrote: The refusal of the speaker to recognize a member for a question of privilege that is in order under this chapter is subject to an appeal to the house if the member seeking recognition submits to the speaker a written motion requesting recognition that is singed by at least 76 members of the house. I should have written “signed.” Or should I?
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