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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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Co-sponsored Cost of co-sponsored earmarks Total Cost
New Jersey, 12th Holt, Rep. Rush 23 $19,946,000 67 $80,705,850 $100,651,850
Retired New York, 22nd Hinchey, Rep. Maurice 58 $19,810,016 79 $111,640,500 $131,450,516
Pennsylvania, 15th Dent, Rep. Charlie 48 $19,400,604 53 $53,817,354 $73,217,958
North Carolina, 1st Butterfield, Rep. G.K. 18 $19,255,514 45 $58,239,750 $77,495,264
Washington, 2nd Larsen, Rep. Rick 12 $19,223,000 89 $99,078,750 $118,301,750
Retired California, 24th Gallegly, Rep. Elton 23 $18,996,750 14 $25,091,500 $44,088,250
California, 38th Sánchez, Rep. Linda 39 $18,949,350 5 $2,328,514 $21,277,864
Ran for Other Office Montana, 1st Rehberg, Rep. Denny 40 $18,907,600 132 $180,858,230 $199,765,830
Texas, 11th Conaway, Rep. Mike 28 $18,834,500 31 $44,841,000 $63,675,500
Washington, 9th Smith, Rep. Adam 14 $18,593,500 89 $103,292,900 $121,886,400
Retired Arkansas, 2nd Snyder, Rep. Vic 15 $18,560,500 59 $138,663,075 $157,223,575
Defeated California, 28th Berman, Rep. Howard 28 $18,373,000 22 $11,252,200 $29,625,200
California, 17th Honda, Rep. Mike 51 $18,324,143 66 $129,062,120 $147,386,263
Alabama Sessions, Sen. Jeff 28 $18,246,500 109 $409,323,250 $427,569,750
Virginia, 3rd Scott, Rep. Bobby 23 $18,126,500 73 $151,195,050 $169,321,550
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