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The change appears to stem from amendments approved by the judiciary’s standing committee on rules of practice and procedure in June.
Gibbs said that a standing committee and the Rev. Todd Ousley of the Episcopal Church Office of Pastoral Development will help guide the diocese during the transition period.
Plettner-Saunders took issue with Springs’ recent pitch to end some of the commission’s long-standing committees, which focus on specific subjects like funding or cultural tourism.
Until the news of the Title IX investigation of Phillips broke, the junior from Orange County, Calif., served on the MU chancellor’s standing committee for student unions.
The University Square and Cedar-Taylor committees could develop into standing committees.
The recommendations can now be crafted into bills by the standing committees in the House.
Who is admitted to the politburo and its standing committee will show which group is in the ascendant.
Some predict a nine-member standing committee (not unprecedented), while others think it may be eliminated in favor of President Xi Jinping presiding over a 25-member Politburo (the ruling body just one notch below PBSC).
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