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The tour also covered the House and Senate Chambers. Photos are not permitted at anytime in the chambers. Mica said that there are still bullet holes in the ceiling and in a desk from when Puerto Rican separatists stormed the House chambers in the 1950s. He also recalled a day when he took the place of the Speaker of the House to run the floor procedures. Mica explained that there is a hidden button to a microphone that goes to the parliamentarians desk so members controlling the floor that day can whisper questions on parliamentary procedure then continue with business.

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