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Come fly with me: Lawmakers took 21 privately funded trips this Congress

by Cronkite News on 07/16/2014

Congressman praises House Ethics Committee

by Mason City Globe Gazette on 07/09/2014

Loebsack praises House Ethics reversal on privately funded travel

by Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier on 07/06/2014

Interest groups let Congress travel free

by Milwaukee - Wisconsin Journal Sentinel on 07/05/2014

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* Numbers do not include earmarks requested by the president to better reflect political power. This follows the methodology used by Taxpayers for Common Sense.
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Cost of co-sponsored earmarks Total Cost
Michigan Levin, Sen. Carl 33 $124,900,000 663 $709,839,135 $834,739,135
Died in Office New Jersey Lautenberg, Sen. Frank 13 $2,845,650 645 $758,171,248 $761,016,898
Louisiana Landrieu, Sen. Mary 120 $125,441,250 398 $900,153,923 $1,025,595,173
Defeated Arkansas Lincoln, Sen. Blanche 0 $0 319 $573,670,585 $573,670,585
Retired Connecticut Lieberman, Sen. Joe 6 $4,029,632 274 $444,485,468 $448,515,100
Defeated Indiana Lugar, Sen. Dick 42 $36,081,200 203 $261,460,953 $297,542,153
Iowa, 3rd Latham, Rep. Tom 24 $8,097,750 145 $175,944,500 $184,042,250
Vermont Leahy, Sen. Patrick 181 $182,074,385 104 $199,199,250 $381,273,635
Washington, 2nd Larsen, Rep. Rick 12 $19,223,000 89 $99,078,750 $118,301,750
Rhode Island, 2nd Langevin, Rep. Jim 7 $2,415,500 82 $123,051,417 $125,466,917
New Jersey, 2nd LoBiondo, Rep. Frank 12 $4,228,000 79 $107,523,550 $111,751,550
Iowa, 2nd Loebsack, Rep. Dave 12 $2,324,000 74 $278,715,300 $281,039,300
Resigned Mississippi Lott, Sen. Trent 14 $34,848,000 68 $276,105,500 $310,953,500
Connecticut, 1st Larson, Rep. John 25 $16,123,000 67 $91,953,082 $108,076,082
Georgia, 5th Lewis, Rep. John 14 $3,241,500 64 $53,012,500 $56,254,000
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