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Campaign Watch: The week in Oregon politics

by Miami Herald on 08/23/2014

Father doesn’t always know best

by FactCheck.org on 08/22/2014

Editorial: Meetings a chance for Congress to listen

by Omaha World-Herald on 08/21/2014

Midlands lawmakers high on list of top listeners in Congress

by Omaha World-Herald on 08/20/2014

Trips Congressional travel between 08/07/2005 and 08/17/2005


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    No.Cost
    Trips Selected 377 $844,655
    Approved by Republicans 209 $359,338
    Approved by Democrats 167 $484,054


View Details / PDF Traveler/ Dates Sponsor Approver Destination/ Purpose Cost
View trip details View original PDF Brown, Maryam Sabbaghian
08/15/05-08/17/05
American Petroleum Institute - Independent Petroleum Association of America Barton, Rep. Joe (-TX)
Jackson Hole, WYSkiing
Land access strategy meeting
$792.81
View trip details View original PDF Cranford, Jay Newman III
08/16/05-08/18/05
American Petroleum Institute - Independent Petroleum Association of America Pombo, Rep. Richard (-CA)
Jackson, WY - Dallas, TX
Invited speaker for IPAA-API meeting on lands access strategy
$1,861.66
View trip details View original PDF Mahr, Thomas O. (Tom)
08/07/05-08/09/05
American Sugar Alliance Conrad, Sen. Kent (-ND)
Sun Valley, IDSkiingGolfing
To speak at the 22nd International Sweetener Symposium on the topic: FTAs: Do they Undermine True Re... more
$1,210.86
View trip details View original PDF Jones, Travis J.
08/07/05-08/09/05
American Sugar Alliance Craig, Sen. Larry (-ID)
Sun Valley, IDSkiingGolfing
Attending the 2005 International Sweetener Symposium
$1,031.99
View trip details View original PDF Melancon, Rep. Charlie (-LA)
08/06/05-08/08/05
American Sugar Alliance Melancon, Rep. Charlie (-LA)
New Orleans, LA - Sun Valley, IDSkiingGolfing
Speech to symposium
$2,544.80
View trip details View original PDF Roche, Samuel Jacob (Jacob)
08/06/05-08/10/05
American Sugar Alliance Melancon, Rep. Charlie (-LA)
Sun Valley, IDSkiingGolfing - Boise, ID
Annual conference, discussion of sugar policy, industry, and outlook for the year ahead
$1,262.11
View trip details View original PDF Middleton, James Russell
08/06/05-08/10/05
American Sugar Alliance Peterson, Rep. Collin (-MN)
Boise, ID - Sun Valley, IDSkiingGolfing
To hear and discuss the concerns and issues facing the domestic sweetener industry
$1,498.14
View trip details View original PDF Conley, Howard H. (Chip)
08/06/05-08/10/05
American Sugar Alliance Peterson, Rep. Collin (-MN)
Sun Valley, IDSkiingGolfing
Attend International Sweetener Symposium
$1,315.00
View trip details View original PDF Goule, Earnest Chandler (Chandler)
08/07/05-08/10/05
American Sugar Alliance Peterson, Rep. Collin (-MN)
Boise, ID
To learn about the domestic and international issues that affect the sweetener industry
$1,309.00
View trip details View original PDF Heird, Joshua W.
08/08/05-08/10/05
American Sugar Alliance Simpson, Rep. Mike (-ID)
Boise, ID
Boss had speaking engagement at the 2005 sweetener symposium
$459.00
View trip details View original PDF Simpson, Rep. Mike (-ID)
08/09/05-08/10/05
American Sugar Alliance Simpson, Rep. Mike (-ID)
Sun Valley, IDSkiingGolfing
To speak at the Aug. 10 breakfast session of the 22nd International Sweetener Symposium
$274.50
View trip details View original PDF Rakow, Diana Birkett
08/09/05-08/11/05
Amgen Inc. Baucus, Sen. Max (-MT)
Seattle, WA
Site visit; fact-finding mission
$2,291.02
View trip details View original PDF Sulkala, Matthew L. (Matt)
08/08/05-08/11/05
Amgen Inc. Boyd, Rep. Allen (-FL)
Seattle, WA
Educational
$2,395.18
View trip details View original PDF Brill, Lindsey B.
08/08/05-08/11/05
Amgen Inc. Chafee, Sen. Lincoln (-RI)
Seattle, WA
Visit Amgen's Helix facility
$2,123.91
View trip details View original PDF Herrera Beutler, Jaime Lynn
08/08/05-08/11/05
Amgen Inc. McMorris Rodgers, Rep. Cathy (-WA)
Seattle, WA - Spokane, WA
Congressional fact-finding trip to Amgen Helix facility and to Northwest Kidney Center to learn abou... more
$1,786.16
View trip details View original PDF Shipley, Nicholas Scott
08/08/05-08/11/05
Amgen Inc. Inslee, Rep. Jay (-WA)
Seattle, WA
Fact-finding mission regarding health care costs and diabetes treatment
$2,133.13
View trip details View original PDF Matsuda, David T. (Dave)
08/11/05-08/11/05
Amtrak Lautenberg, Sen. Frank (-NJ)
Newark, NJ
To staff senator for inspection tour of Amtrak facilities
$200.00
View trip details View original PDF Lieberman, Sen. Joe (-CT)
08/04/05-08/07/05
Aspen Institute Lieberman, Sen. Joe (-CT)
Aspen, COSkiing
Senator was the Aspen Institute 2005 Distinguished Public Service Award Winner and one of two keynot... more
$1,261.85
View trip details View original PDF Reed, Sen. Jack (-RI)
08/05/05-08/10/05
Aspen Institute Reed, Sen. Jack (-RI)
Denver, CO
To participate in the conference titled "Mapping the Jihadist Threat: The War on Terror Since 9/11"
$2,219.00
View trip details View original PDF Miller, Rep. George (-CA)
08/12/05-08/30/05
Aspen Institute Miller, Rep. George (-CA)
Florence, ItalyCultural Mecca - Dublin, IrelandGolfing
To participate in a conference on U.S.-Russia-Europe relations
$5,088.80
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