Limiting talking time for officials

Regarding the Feb. 26 Page 1 story, Councilors debate rule changes, I find it curious that Councilor Ross Day knows of “no other body” that limits the time an elected member can speak. Really? How about the U.S. House of Representatives, as one example? 

According to the House’s official rules, “House debate nearly always takes place under some form of time restriction. ...Time restrictions make it difficult for individual . . .

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