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[S. Res. 17 Agreed to Senate (ATS)]







106th CONGRESS
  1st Session
S. RES. 17

To authorize the installation of appropriate equipment and furniture in 
             the Senate chamber for the impeachment trial.


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                   IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

                            January 14, 1999

 Mr. Lott submitted the following resolution; which was considered and 
                               agreed to

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                               RESOLUTION


 
To authorize the installation of appropriate equipment and furniture in 
             the Senate chamber for the impeachment trial.

    Resolved, That in recognition of the unique requirements raised by 
the impeachment trial of a President of the United States, the Sergeant 
at Arms shall install appropriate equipment and furniture in the Senate 
chamber for use by the managers from the House of Representatives and 
counsel to the President in their presentations to the Senate during 
all times that the Senate is sitting for trial with the Chief Justice 
of the United States presiding.
    Sec. 2. The appropriate equipment and furniture referred to in the 
first section is as follows:
            (1) A lectern, a witness table and chair if required, and 
        tables and chairs to accommodate an equal number of managers 
        from the House of Representatives and counsel for the President 
        which shall be placed in the well of the Senate.
            (2) Such equipment as may be required to permit the display 
        of video, or audio evidence, including video monitors and 
        microphones, which may be placed in the chamber for use by the 
        managers from the House of Representatives or the counsel to 
        the President.
    Sec. 3. All equipment and furniture authorized by this resolution 
shall be placed in the chamber in a manner that provides the least 
practicable disruption to Senate proceedings.
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