PA Bill Number: HB2060
Title: In electronic voting systems, further providing for election day procedures and the process of voting.
Description: In electronic voting systems, further providing for election day procedures and the process of voting. ...
Last Action: Referred to STATE GOVERNMENT
Last Action Date: Feb 23, 2024
Senator Grassley Presses DOJ's Holder for ATF's Gun Runner Response :: 05/21/2011
WASHINGTON - Senate Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Chuck Grassley is reiterating the need for a timely response from Attorney General Eric Holder to his Questions for the Record for Holder during the Attorney General's May 4th appearance before the Judiciary Committee.
Grassley said he wanted to reiterate his hearing questions for the record in a letter because of the timely nature of his oversight work on Operation Fast and Furious. He said that generally, the Department of Justice takes at least five to eight months to respond to Questions for the Record. Questions for the Record are additional questions to witnesses that appeared before the committee that are not able to be asked during a committee hearing or follow-up questions for the witness based on information provided during the hearing.
"I'll keep pressing for answers from the Attorney General. The oversight work we're doing on the ATF's policy to let guns walk is incredibly important, and these questions should be answered in a timely manner, not the night before the Attorney General comes before the Judiciary Committee the next time," Grassley said.