We both remain committed to fair consideration of Mr. Ross’ nomination,” they said.
The Hill first reported Tuesday afternoon that the Commerce Committee could delay Ross’s hearing. Nelson told The Hill that Ross hadn’t submitted all of the necessary paperwork, and that the hearing wouldn’t proceed until he did.
Read full story @ “We have not received the paperwork, and I don’t think the hearing would go ahead unless we have the paperwork,” said Nelson, though he said he didn’t “anticipate a problem” with the forms.
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