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The censuring of Ana Jara by a large majority of the Congress had as one of its main objectives to seek negotiation with the government.
There are no procedures in the board's bylaws or its rules of conduct for either censuring commissioners or prohibiting such a move, EWEB spokesman Lance Robertson said.
In censuring her, board members sought only to voice their opinion that she violated the ethics policy and to ask that she not engage in similar conduct in the future," said Judge Deanell Tacha of the Denver-based 10th Circuit U.
41) Members of Congress have no more business censuring executive branch officials than the President has censuring members of Congress.
But, I ask the question, if this will stop us from censuring the mayor?
A new disagreement in Republican ranks over how to handle the Monica Lewinsky affair deepened with veteran Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter shooting down the idea of censuring President Clinton.