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by Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier on 07/06/2014

Interest groups let Congress travel free

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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.
Sponsoring member Sponsored solo Cost Co-sponsored Cost of co-sponsored earmarks Total Cost

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Nevada Reid, Sen. Harry 279 $333,594,828 211 $406,116,746 $739,711,574
Rhode Island Reed, Sen. Jack 83 $97,818,831 204 $304,097,722 $401,916,553
Maryland, 2nd Ruppersberger, Rep. Dutch 17 $11,977,286 122 $275,375,250 $287,352,536
Kentucky, 5th Rogers, Rep. Hal 98 $175,613,300 37 $70,775,875 $246,389,175
Kansas Roberts, Sen. Pat 44 $45,001,600 160 $197,549,875 $242,551,475
Defeated New Jersey, 9th Rothman, Rep. Steve 34 $28,137,000 134 $177,996,850 $206,133,850
Ran for Other Office Montana, 1st Rehberg, Rep. Denny 40 $18,907,600 132 $180,858,230 $199,765,830
Defeated Texas, 23rd Rodriguez, Rep. Ciro 57 $46,219,143 56 $98,232,250 $144,451,393
Retired Arkansas, 4th Ross, Rep. Mike 18 $7,226,064 61 $111,168,850 $118,394,914
Ohio, 13th Ryan, Rep. Tim 69 $43,037,000 59 $65,617,743 $108,654,743
West Virginia, 3rd Rahall, Rep. Nick 47 $27,191,980 20 $79,670,000 $106,861,980
Alabama, 3rd Rogers, Rep. Mike 30 $16,338,750 74 $83,059,750 $99,398,500
Defeated Texas, 16th Reyes, Rep. Silvestre 39 $46,347,839 34 $42,005,000 $88,352,839
Michigan, 8th Rogers, Rep. Mike 16 $6,850,500 59 $67,362,240 $74,212,740
Florida, 27th Ros-Lehtinen, Rep. Ileana 20 $17,001,125 42 $56,768,000 $73,769,125
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