Standing Rules of the United States Senate, Rule XXXVII
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Rule XXXVII of the Standing Rules of the United States Senate, established by the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration, governs conflicts of interest within the Senate and how they should be handled.
- "CONFLICT OF INTEREST - Rules of the Senate - United States Senate Committee on Rules and Administration". Russell Senate Office Building.