The initiative was my own. It was done with the idea—again, as I mentioned earlier—to be proactive in assisting the members.
The 70 changes you may be referring to are the ones in yellow highlights. We recognize that they represent changes, and that's why they are deliberately highlighted that way. We came across them when we were doing the revision.
In the end, nothing changes unless the members themselves want it to change. I'm here basically as a good-faith agent, trying to assist the members in giving them tools that I think are more readily accessible. I have no authority to do anything in any way that can be considered final. That rests entirely with this committee, and ultimately, with the House, because the Standing Orders belong to you.
Again, let me repeat: I am trying to be a good-faith agent, trying to give you tools that will help you do your job better.