Standing Rules of the United States Senate, Rule XL
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Rule XL of the Standing Rules of the United States Senate, established by the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration, governs a Senator's use of the franking privilege and radio or television studios provided by either the Senate or House when he or she is a candidate for office and regulating storage of certain data on Senate computer systems used by a Senator.