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Action News Investigates: Military salary limitations

by Action News Jacksonville on 04/30/2015

Cochran aide enters not guilty plea on drug charges

by Hattiesburg (Miss.) American on 04/29/2015

At least 6 former Schock aides now subpoenaed

by Chicago Tribune on 04/28/2015

Questions about AIPAC Support and Congressional Efforts to Increase Israel Military Aid

by Nonprofit Quarterly on 04/24/2015

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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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Minnesota, 7th DPeterson, Rep. Collin 11 $4,507,500 44 $46,380,725 $50,888,225
New Mexico, 2nd RPearce, Rep. Steve 9 $1,149,500 26 $44,378,950 $45,528,450
Maine, 1st DPingree, Rep. Chellie 2 $1,850,000 25 $43,545,000 $45,395,000
Retired Wisconsin, 6th RPetri, Rep. Tom 18 $8,450,300 20 $27,352,300 $35,802,600
Retired Ohio, 15th RPryce, Rep. Deborah 17 $11,255,750 22 $15,731,745 $26,987,495
Florida, 8th RPosey, Rep. Bill 6 $4,235,000 8 $16,438,000 $20,673,000
Retired Pennsylvania, 19th RPlatts, Rep. Todd 12 $1,621,900 20 $13,252,000 $14,873,900
Michigan DPeters, Sen. Gary 0 $0 15 $12,319,800 $12,319,800
Pennsylvania, 16th RPitts, Rep. Joe 0 $0 1 $10,976,000 $10,976,000
Colorado, 2nd DPolis, Rep. Jared 5 $5,250,000 4 $4,941,500 $10,191,500
Defeated Virginia, 5th DPerriello, Rep. Tom 22 $8,670,000 3 $1,002,000 $9,672,000
Minnesota, 3rd RPaulsen, Rep. Erik 1 $400,000 9 $7,088,000 $7,488,000
Ran for Other Office Indiana, 6th RPence, Rep. Mike 2 $598,500 9 $6,266,900 $6,865,400
Puerto Rico, At-large DPierluisi, Rep. Pedro 14 $4,009,000 0 $0 $4,009,000
Georgia, 6th RPrice, Rep. Tom 1 $245,000 6 $2,447,000 $2,692,000
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