HJC

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AcronymDefinition
HJCHouse Judiciary Committee
HJCHaryana Janhit Congress (political party; India)
HJCHaines, Jones & Cadbury (Bentonville, AR)
HJCHillsborough Justice Campaign (UK)
HJCHwa Chong Junior College (Singapore)
HJCHeidelberger Judo Club (martial arts; Germany)
HJCHigher Judicial Council (Iraq)
HJCHellenic Journal of Cardiology (est. 1957)
HJCHillcrest Jewish Center (Flushing, NY)
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"ACA is pleased that the House Judiciary Committee rejected the National Association of Broadcasters' calls to eliminate cable's distant signal copyright license, which in many cases allows cable consumers to view TV signals that actually provide news and weather reports relevant to their communities.
In May, the House Judiciary Committee's Subcommittee on the Constitution held an oversight hearing at which members grilled Isabelle Katz Pinzler, acting assistant attorney general for civil rights, about the Justice Department's position on the meaning of the Equal Protection Clause and the proposed regulations in response to Adarand.
McGahn, who is frequently referenced in the report, has defied subpoenas to provide documents and testify before the House Judiciary Committee.
Speaking to reporters following Barr's decision, Chairman of the House Judiciary committee Jerrold Nadler said, "He [Barr] is trying to blackmail the committee into not following what we think is the most effective means of eliciting the information we need.
The House Judiciary Committee reported the following four bills to the full House of Representatives for further consideration.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders declared earlier that "the House Judiciary Committee's letter has been received by the White House.
ANNAPOLIS A bill to expand Maryland's law against cyberbullying of youngsters died amid constitutional concerns in the House Judiciary Committee this General Assembly session but will be resurrected next year, the measure's chief sponsor said Tuesday.
The House Judiciary Committee chairman and Republican Party leadership were not consulted by President Donald Trump's administration on the temporary immigration ban even as senior staffers of the committee worked on it weeks before Trump's swearing-in ceremony, Politico reported Monday, citing sources familiar with the matter.
While turf wars have long been part of Congress, some worry that Walden is engaged in turf surrender by allowing the House Judiciary Committee to take the lead on technology and telecom issues, including two major merger proposals.
"Such a move would have allowed authorities to hold suspects in secret and indefinitely without charging them or producing them before a judge." Representative James Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.), chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, told Newsweek that this provision "stuck out like a sore thumb.
"Our insurance has paid out literally millions of dollars for Annelise's care," said Trapp during testimony before the House Judiciary Committee earlier this year.
The Senate Judiciary Committee approved legislation to reform federal civil asset forfeiture reform laws last week after months of negotiations between House Judiciary Committee leaders and the Administration.