ABC News reports on what Republicans have been demanding (emphasis mine):
Republicans have slammed what they say is a lack of transparency in the impeachment process, as Democrats have called nearly a dozen officials to give depositions behind closed doors. Republicans have called for transcripts of that testimony to be made public, have accused Democrats of cherry-picking information to be released or leaked, and have argued President Trump deserves to have counsel present to cross-examine witnesses.
Having counsel present
From the Bill (emphasis mine):
The House authorizes the Committee on the Judiciary to conduct proceedings relating to the impeachment
inquiry referenced in the first section of this resolution pursuant to the procedures submitted for printing in the Congressional Record by the chair of the Committee on
Rules, including such procedures as to allow for the participation of the President and his counsel.
The Hill reports based on that:
The resolution further outlines the format for the upcoming public hearings, which will provide for extended time for questioning and allow committee staff to cross-examine witnesses. Only Schiff and the panel’s ranking Republican, Rep. Devin Nunes (Calif.), or committee employees are allowed to ask questions.
So in addition to those part of the committee, the president and his counsel may also ask witnesses questions, i.e. cross examine them.
Calling witnesses by the minority
From the Bill:
5 (3) To allow for full evaluation of minority witness requests, the ranking minority member may
submit to the chair, in writing, any requests for witness testimony relevant to the investigation described in the first section of this resolution within
72 hours after notice is given for the first hearing
designated pursuant to paragraph (1). Any such request shall be accompanied a detailed written justification of the relevance of the testimony of each
requested witness to the investigation described in
the first section of this resolution.