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

by Nonprofit Quarterly on 04/24/2015

Gender Pay Gap in Clinton’s Senate Office?

by FactCheck.org on 04/22/2015

Crapo Tops the List for Most Town Meetings Held in 2015

by Emmett (Idaho) Messenger-Index on 04/21/2015

Crapo leads other congressmen with town hall meetings

by KLEW-TV (Lewiston, Idaho) on 04/20/2015

Posted by Garrett Snedeker on June 21, 2012

An investigative counsel under Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) on the Armed Services Committee recently left for a new job and a potentially higher paycheck with one of D.C.'s biggest law firms according to a newly filed financial disclosure.

Jay Heath moved to McKenna Long and Aldridge in May after about 18 months in the Senate. The disclosure indicates that Heath, as counsel, will earn between $100,001-$250,000 per annum. Yearly Senate staffer salaries top out around $170K. The Harvard and Georgetown Law grad also worked for the House Intelligence Committee following a number of years as an officer in the JAG Corps.


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