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Congressman praises House Ethics Committee

by Mason City Globe Gazette on 07/09/2014

Loebsack praises House Ethics reversal on privately funded travel

by Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier on 07/06/2014

Interest groups let Congress travel free

by Milwaukee - Wisconsin Journal Sentinel on 07/05/2014

House Job, Comes With Free Travel

by The New York Times on 07/05/2014

Trips Shijiazhuang, China - Congressional Travel Destination

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    Trips Selected 3 $55,653
    Approved by Republicans 1 $16,724
    Approved by Democrats 2 $38,928

View Details / PDF Traveler/ Dates Sponsor Approver Purpose Cost
View trip details View original PDF Moore, Rep. Dennis (-KS)
U.S.-Asia Institute Moore, Rep. Dennis (-KS)
Meet with Chinese officials; build a computer lab in Xibaipo $19,805.55
View trip details View original PDF Clyburn, Rep. Jim (-SC)
U.S.-Asia Institute Clyburn, Rep. Jim (-SC)
Fact-finding; build computer facilities $19,123.00
View trip details View original PDF Simmons, Rep. Rob (-CT)
U.S.-Asia Institute Simmons, Rep. Rob (-CT)
Meet with Chinese government officials; build computer lab in a rural community $16,724.99
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Destination categories are based on the locations traveled to and make no assertions as to the actual activity of the traveler.