Dáil bar opening hours could be facing a cut.
The Ceann Comhairle Sean Barrett has referred the issue to the Committee on Procedures and Privileges.
The members' bar in Leinster House, which is only for TDs and senators, currently stays open as long as the Dáil is sitting.
It was the subject of scrutiny recently, after the 'lapgate' controversy which took place when the Debate on the Protection of Life During Pregnancy Bill continued into the early hours of the morning.
After that incident the Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams, asked for the bar to keep normal opening hours.
He had previously said that some TDs were drunk during the so called Prom night late-night sitting which was held for the liquidation of the former Anglo Irish Bank.
Political Reporter with the Irish Examiner Juno McEnroe says the incident involving Fine Gael TDs Tom Barry and Aine Collins has brought the issue to the fore: