United States Senate Committee on Rules

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The United States Senate Committee on Rules is a defunct Congressional committee, replaced by the United States Senate Committee on Rules and Administration.

History[edit]

The Committee was first created as the Select Committee to Revise the Rules of the Senate on December 3, 1867. On December 9, 1874, it became a standing committee. On 1947-01-02 it was absorbed into the United States Senate Committee on Rules and Administration along with four other committees.

Chairmen of the Senate Committee on Rules, 1874-1947[edit]