After House Judiciary Committee Chair Rep Jim. Jordan (R-OH) tried to pressure C-SPAN into televising his hearing on Alvin Bragg, the network didn’t yield and said that would stream online.
House Judiciary Committee Chair Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) appears outraged that C-SPAN is not coming to Manhattan to show his hearing about Alvin Bragg.
Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s new House rules call for more transparency, so C-SPAN sent a letter to McCarthy asking him to allow more cameras in the House.
If the slaughter of 20 school children didn’t sway Republicans to support sane gun safety laws, why would a protest by House Democrats?
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan turned off C-SPAN’s cameras, but he was not able to stop the network from broadcasting video of the Democratic protest that has shut down the House of Representatives that is being shot by Rep. Scott Peters and shown on Periscope.
Speaker Paul Ryan responded to Democrats shutting down the House with a protest to demand a vote on gun control by shutting off C-SPAN’s cameras and blacking out the sit-in.