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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Edwin M. Donovan
Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., the landlord, can count on at least 12 more months of rental income from the agency that protects his life.
The U.S. Secret Service does more than protect Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. — the agency also pays him rent.
He said the close location provides a level of security for the Biden family the agency might not have had otherwise.
Asked if the Secret Service typically pays rent to the people it protects, he said, "It's a rental property so we pay rent there."