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Feb. 9, 2016

Electronic Eyes on Senate Rules

February 12, 2009, 12:00 am
By SFR Staff
Did you read my cover story this week on Web cams in the House of Representatives?

No? That's OK. It's right here. I'll wait.

Done? Good! Now you'll know what I'm talking when I say that the splayed-legged not cross-legged (see comment), floor-sitting, web-casting, live-blogging former SFR food critic and special editor and current New Mexico Independent writer Gwyneth Doland is at it again.

Last time she was streaming video from the House subcommittee on legislative Web casting and it was all very meta. This time Doland aims her Mac camera at the Senate Rules committee, which will be hearing a host of tough ethics reform bills. The hearing begins bright and early: 8am Friday morning.

For more info, click here. The question remains, will the camera-shy senators on Rules boot her out? If so, will SFR get there in time to pick up where her feed left off?

 

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