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Trips Congressional travel between 07/19/2002 and 07/19/2002


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    No.Cost
    Trips Selected 4 $4,291
    Approved by Republicans 1 $3,022
    Approved by Democrats 3 $1,269


View Details / PDF Traveler/ Dates Sponsor Approver Destination/ Purpose Cost
View trip details View original PDF Buckley, John Lester
07/19/02-07/20/02
New York State Bar Association Rangel, Rep. Charlie (-NY)
Rhode Island
Summer meeting of tax section of NY State Bar Association
$1,033.50
View trip details View original PDF Stenholm, Rep. Charlie (-TX)
07/19/02-07/20/02
Texas Sheep and Goat Raisers Association Stenholm, Rep. Charlie (-TX)
Kerrville, TX
Speech
$65.00
View trip details View original PDF Sarbanes, Sen. Paul (-MD)
07/19/02-07/19/02
American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association Sarbanes, Sen. Paul (-MD)
New York, NYCultural Mecca
To address the audience at the 80th grand banquet
$170.74
View trip details View original PDF Keenum, Mark E.
07/17/02-07/21/02
Mississippi Bankers Association Cochran, Sen. Thad (-MS)
Santa Fe, NM
Speech for annual convention
$3,022.28
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