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Other titlesAmendment to Rule 21, on appropriation bills
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3 U.S. Congress, House, Constitution, Jefferson’s Manual, and Rules of the House of representatives of the United States, th Congress, H. Doc (Washi ngton: GPO, ), § e. House Earmark Disclosure Rule House Rule XXI, clause 9, generally requires that certain types of measures be. Rules of the House of Representatives. House Rules for the th Congress Text of H. Res. 6—Adopting rules for the th Congress Section-by-Section Analysis of H. Res. 6 House Rules, Constitution, and Jefferson's Manual for the th Congress Precedents of the . At the beginning of the th Congress, the House adopted new rules concerning the consideration of Member-directed projects or “earmarks,” specifically clause 9 of rule XXI and clause 17 of rule XXIII (the Code of Official Conduct). These rules followed efforts in the th Congress to provide greater transparency in the earmarking process. The rules. House Rule XXIII, clause 17(b), states that in the case of any reported bill or conference report, a list of included earmarks and their sponsors (or a statement declaring the absence of earmarks) must be included in the corresponding committee report or joint explanatory statement.