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Biographical Directory of the United States Congress - Christopher Van Hollen
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Congress.gov - Chris Van Hollen
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Farm Subsidy Database: 8th District Of Maryland
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Maryland Manual On-Line - Christopher Van Hollen, Jr., U.S. Representative
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On the Issues: Chris Van Hollen
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Roll Call - Rep. Chris Van Hollen (R-Maryland)
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Twitter - Chris Van Hollen
Official tweets from the Ranking Member of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on the Budget, representing Maryland's 8th District.
Washington Post - The US Congress Votes Database: Chris Van Hollen
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Wikipedia: Chris Van Hollen
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Wikipedia: Maryland's 8th Congressional District
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WorldCat Identities - Chris Van Hollen 1959-
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YouTube - Chris Van Hollen
Official You Tube Channel of Rep. Chris Van Hollen of Maryland's Eighth Congressional District, Ranking Member of the Committee on the Budget.
Washington Post - Van Hollen Questions GOP's Rule Change
Video of Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) engaging in a parliamentary inquiry about House Resolution 368 with Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), temporary Speaker, over why Democrats could not bring up a Senate amendment that would provide funding to return the government to normal operations. (October 14, 2013)
The Guardian - Republican rule-rigging caused this shutdown and subverted democracy
Op-ed by Rep Chris Van Hollen: "We had bipartisan consensus in the House to stop the shutdown before it started. But the GOP sabotaged the people's will." (October 13, 2013)
Politix - House Republicans Squandered Their Leverage
"Late in the evening on September 30, 2013, the House Rules Committee Republicans changed the Rules of the House so that the ONLY Member allowed to call up the Senate's clean CR for a vote was Majority Leader Eric Cantor or his designee - all but guaranteeing the government would shut down a few hours later and would stay shut down. Previously, any Member would have had the right to bring the CR up for a vote. Democracy has been suspended in the House of Representatives." (October 13, 2013)
TPM - The House GOP's Little Rule Change That Guaranteed A Shutdown
"Late on the night of Sept. 30, with the federal government just hours away from shutting down, House Republicans quietly made a small change to the House rules that blocked a potential avenue for ending the shutdown. It went largely unnoticed at the time. But with the shutdown more than a week old and House Democrats searching for any legislative wiggle room to end it, the move looms large in retrospect in the minds of the minority party." (October 10, 2013)
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