U.S. House

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Today, there are 12 veterans of the Second World War who serve in the U.
Daley, a voting-rights case brought by the District of Columbia Corporation Counsel and Covington and Burling on behalf of more than a half-million American citizens who live in the capital city and have no voting representation in the U.
The first numbers released will be used for apportionment which is the process of determining the number of seats to which each state is entitled in the U.
The Hong Kong government on Wednesday welcomed the U.
This summer, the Appropriations Committee of the U.
NEW YORK -- The Wholesale Markets Brokers' Association, Americas (WMBAA) announced today that two members of the WMBAA Board of Directors will appear separately before committees of the U.
As mandated by the Constitution, the census counts every resident in the United States every 10 years to determine the number of seats each state receives in the U.
administration to become part of an effort to defeat an Armenian resolution that may be brought to the agenda of the U.
The Presidential Public Financing Reform Project of which the LWV is a partner, is urging all candidates for election to the U.
At press time the Colorado house of representatives had failed to raise a simple majority to support a resolution in favor of the amendment--a significant blow because U.
In 1959, Congressman Aspinall became Chairman of the U.
Lampson's voting record during his five terms in the U.
When Venkatachalapathi Samuldrala took to the floor of the U.
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