Legislative Branch Appropriations

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1999
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167. lappuse - By the same token, others, such as the Superintendent of Documents or the Public Printer or legislative personnel, who participate in distribution of actionable material beyond the reasonable bounds of the legislative task, enjoy no Speech or Debate Clause immunity. Members of Congress are themselves immune for ordering or voting for a publication going beyond the reasonable requirements of the legislative function, K ilbourn v.

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