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a member of the United States House of Representatives

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Not a single member of Congress was willing to sponsor the complaint, even though Shuster continues to make headlines for his alleged connection to a major corruption case.
Panelists include former Member of Congress and current Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood, former Member of Congress and current Ohio State Senator Tom Sawyer, former Member of Congress Amo Houghton, and former Member of Congress David Skaggs.
Meanwhile, Americans are slightly more likely today to say their own member of Congress is focused on special interests than on constituents' needs.
The award is presented to a member of Congress who has demonstrated a record of outstanding public service, dedication to public service and improving the lives of every American.
Once you establish contact with your member of Congress, it is imperative that you keep in touch.
These face-to-face meetings on the importance and details of franchising are vital to building a productive relationship with a member of Congress.
Prager opined, "Insofar as a member of Congress taking an oath to serve America and uphold its values is concerned, America is interested in only one book, the Bible.
There is not going to be anything for any member of Congress, any major decisions to be made during that period of time," argued Rep.
Making campaign contributions of more than $200 to a member of Congress.
Senate Web page explains that lobbyists provide key information to their clients about introducing a bill correctly and contacting the best member of Congress on the most appropriate committee.
A former member of Congress, Daub has been involved with Social Security for years.
Any worthy member of Congress whose word and solemn oath can be relied upon would correct this travesty by working to get the United States out of the United Nations.
Dana Rohrabacher, R-Huntington Beach, has the distinction of being the only member of Congress to have seen combat in Afghanistan's seemingly endless series of conflicts.
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