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Trips Congressional travel between 06/28/2003 and 07/03/2003


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    No.Cost
    Trips Selected 171 $424,536
    Approved by Republicans 101 $228,106
    Approved by Democrats 67 $191,542


View Details / PDF Traveler/ Dates Sponsor Approver Destination/ Purpose Cost
View trip details View original PDF Gillette, Kasey
06/29/03-07/01/03
Nuclear Energy Institute Inc. Graham, Sen. Bob (-FL)
Yucca Mountain, NV
To attend congressional staff fact-finding trip to Yucca Mountain
$1,734.52
View trip details View original PDF Greer, Ryen P.
06/30/03-07/07/03
MSE Technology Applications Inc. Burns, Sen. Conrad (-MT)
Butte, MT
Site visit, meetings
$1,073.13
View trip details View original PDF Griffin, Paul
06/30/03-07/03/03
Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission Walden, Rep. Greg (-OR)
Colorado - Utah
To study oil and natural gas production
$1,112.71
View trip details View original PDF Grijalva, Rep. Raúl (-AZ)
06/30/03-07/01/03
National Federation of the Blind Grijalva, Rep. Raúl (-AZ)
Louisville, KY
Keynote speaker to national convention
$416.95
View trip details View original PDF Grossman, Elizabeth Lee
06/30/03-07/01/03
Carnegie Mellon University Boehlert, Rep. Sherry (-NY)
Pittsburgh, PA
Carnegie Mellon University congressional cybersecurity trip
$840.50
View trip details View original PDF Gurley, Daniel L. (Dan)
06/28/03-07/06/03
Checkpoint Charlie Foundation - Hanseatic Institute Ballenger, Rep. Cass (-NC)
Dresden, Germany - Berlin, Germany
Study and information
$2,250.00
View trip details View original PDF Guthrie, Ryan C.
06/28/03-07/03/03
Chilean-American Chamber of Commerce Hill, Rep. Baron (-IN)
Santiago, Chile - Valparaiso, Chile
Learn about Chile and the Chile-U.S. Free Trade Agreement
$1,516.00
View trip details View original PDF Halataei, Andrew A. (Andy)
06/28/03-07/05/03
Hanns Seidel Foundation Forbes, Rep. Randy (-VA)
Munich, Germany - Brussels, BelgiumCultural Mecca - ... more
Fact-finding, conference on U.S.-German relations
$3,959.75
View trip details View original PDF Hall, Heath Travis
06/28/03-07/05/03
Hanns Seidel Foundation Talent, Sen. Jim (-MO)
Germany - Belgium
To attend the 18th German-American conference for congressional staff aides in Munich, Brussels and ... more
$3,925.00
View trip details View original PDF Hamed, Sami
06/30/03-07/01/03
National Federation of the Blind Grijalva, Rep. Raúl (-AZ)
Louisville, KY
I staffed Rep. Grijalva to the convention where he gave a speech to members of the National Federati... more
$416.95
View trip details View original PDF Hard, Brian J.
06/29/03-07/02/03
Information Technology Industry Council Walden, Rep. Greg (-OR)
Portland, OR - Seattle, WA
Educational: the economic significance of the information technology industry in the Pacific Northwe... more
$1,963.00
View trip details View original PDF Hatch, Sen. Orrin (-UT)
06/27/03-06/29/03
Natural Products Association Hatch, Sen. Orrin (-UT)
Las Vegas, NVSin CityGolfing
Speaking engagement
$2,356.50
View trip details View original PDF Hatcher, Christopher W.
07/01/03-07/03/03
Association of American Railroads McInnis, Rep. Scott Steve (-CO)
White Sulphur Springs, WV
Educational conference on transportation issues
$712.00
View trip details View original PDF Herriott, Robert P. Jr. (Rob)
06/29/03-07/01/03
Nuclear Energy Institute Inc. Gingrey, Rep. Phil (-GA)
Las Vegas, NVSin CityGolfing
Tour and review the Yucca Mountain national nuclear waste storage site
$1,461.83
View trip details View original PDF Heye, Douglas R. (Doug)
06/30/03-07/03/03
Idaho Water Users Association Pombo, Rep. Richard (-CA)
Idaho Falls, ID
Tour of water sites in eastern Idaho
$1,542.56
View trip details View original PDF Hopson, Elisha W. (Eli)
06/29/03-07/02/03
National Grid USA Boehlert, Rep. Sherry (-NY)
London, EnglandCultural Mecca
To tour electric transmission facilities and to discuss the United Kingdom's electricity transmissio... more
$2,220.24
View trip details View original PDF Huguley, Henderson Thad (Thad)
06/28/03-07/03/03
Chilean-American Chamber of Commerce Berry, Rep. Marion (-AR)
Santiago, Chile
Fact-finding mission to Chile. Focused primarily on U.S.-Chile free trade agreement
$1,516.00
View trip details View original PDF Burks, Elizabeth Hurley
06/27/03-06/29/03
Community Financial Services Association of America Turner, Rep. Jim (-TX)
Jackson Hole, WYSkiing
Forum on payday advance issues
$2,218.00
View trip details View original PDF Jahn, Christopher L. (Chris)
06/29/03-07/02/03
Information Technology Industry Council Thomas, Sen. Craig (-WY)
Washington
Fact-finding
$1,963.00
View trip details View original PDF Johnson, Eric J.
06/27/03-07/03/03
Turkish Cypriot History Association Wexler, Rep. Robert (-FL)
Northern Cyprus - Istanbul, TurkeyCultural Mecca
Fact-finding
$2,254.24
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