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Trips National Cotton Council - Sponsor of Congressional Travel

 

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    No.Cost
    Trips Selected 99 $205,405
    Approved by Republicans 70 $151,620
    Approved by Democrats 29 $53,784


View Details / PDF Traveler/ Dates Approver Destination/ Purpose Cost
View trip details View original PDF Ogilvie, Christopher Clark (Clark)
04/15/09-04/16/09
Peterson, Rep. Collin (-MN)
New Orleans, LA
American Cotton Producers' spring meeting, reception and dinner
$757.96
View trip details View original PDF Feagan, Phillip H.
05/31/07-06/01/07
Price, Rep. David (-NC)
Cary, NC - Sanford, NC - ... more
Company, marketing and research overviews of Cotton Inc.; overview and plant tour of Frontier Textil... more
$415.79
View trip details View original PDF Lichtenstein, Edan
05/31/07-06/01/07
Lewis, Rep. John (-GA)
Raleigh, NC
Toured Cotton Inc.; toured Frontier Textile mill; lunch; toured coastal plains gin; walked through d... more
$415.79
View trip details View original PDF Strickland, Kelle A.
05/31/07-06/01/07
Bonner, Rep. Jo (-AL)
Goldsboro, NC
Fact-finding tours of cotton farm, gin, spinner and Cotton Inc.; met with and briefed by cotton indu... more
$223.09
View trip details View original PDF Talkovsky, Sarah M.
05/31/07-06/01/07
Cohen, Rep. Steve (-TN)
Raleigh, NC
Educational trip to learn about the cotton industry. Met with cotton industry representatives to pre... more
$415.79
View trip details View original PDF Worthington, Whitley
05/31/07-06/01/07
Jones, Rep. Walter B. (-NC)
Cary, NC
We toured Cotton Inc. and saw how cotton is made into yarn and then fabric. We also toured cotton gi... more
$420.00
View trip details View original PDF Higginbothom, Stephen West (West)
02/01/07-02/04/07
Cochran, Sen. Thad (-MS)
Austin, TXGolfing
To participate in the National Cotton Council annual meeting
$976.05
View trip details View original PDF Milberg, Hayden S.
08/02/06-08/03/06
Chambliss, Sen. Saxby (-GA)
San Antonio, TX
To provide an update on the trade agenda for the remainder of the congressional session and to provi... more
$795.66
View trip details View original PDF Dierlam, Bryan Douglas
02/10/06-02/12/06
Goodlatte, Rep. Bob (-VA)
Tucson, AZGolfing
To speak to participants in the cotton industry about agriculture committee and Farm Bill related is... more
$767.70
View trip details View original PDF Ogilvie, Christopher Clark (Clark)
02/10/06-02/12/06
Peterson, Rep. Collin (-MN)
Tucson, AZGolfing
To participate and speak on farm policy before National Cotton Council members at their annual meeti... more
$806.69
View trip details View original PDF Meeks, Steven A.
02/09/06-02/12/06
Chambliss, Sen. Saxby (-GA)
Tucson, AZGolfing
National Cotton Council annual meeting
$1,637.70
View trip details View original PDF Bacus, Thomas Kent (Kent)
10/11/05-10/14/05
Dole, Sen. Elizabeth (-NC)
Raleigh, NC - Charlotte, NC - ... more
To observe the cotton industry from the farm to the cotton gin, from the gin to the textile mill, an... more
$4,002.00
View trip details View original PDF Dierlam, Bryan Douglas
10/11/05-10/14/05
Goodlatte, Rep. Bob (-VA)
Raleigh, NC - Charlotte, NC - ... more
To see cotton production and processing segments of industry
$4,002.00
View trip details View original PDF Henson, Catherine C.
10/11/05-10/14/05
Isakson, Sen. Johnny (-GA)
Raleigh, NC - Charlotte, NC - ... more
To learn about the cotton industry
$4,002.00
View trip details View original PDF Osborne, Jonathan
10/11/05-10/14/05
Gingrey, Rep. Phil (-GA)
Raleigh, NC - Greenville, NC - ... more
To become oriented and familiar with the cotton industry from seedling to fabric
$3,607.00
View trip details View original PDF Donald, John Watson III (Watson)
08/22/05-08/28/05
Bonner, Rep. Jo (-AL)
Lubbock, TX - Phoenix, AZGolfing - ... more
To research and understand the issues and concerns facing the Western cotton industry
$2,969.96
View trip details View original PDF Dowdy, Ed
08/22/05-08/26/05
Thornberry, Rep. Mac (-TX)
Lubbock, TX - Phoenix, AZGolfing - ... more
Fact-finding trip to better comprehend how today's cotton industry operates and also to gain a bette... more
$2,969.96
View trip details View original PDF Ogilvie, Christopher Clark (Clark)
08/22/05-08/26/05
Peterson, Rep. Collin (-MN)
Lubbock, TX - Phoenix, AZGolfing - ... more
To gain an understanding of the cotton industry in the western half of the United States
$2,969.96
View trip details View original PDF Choudhry, Jeffrey A. (Jeff)
08/22/05-08/25/05
Franks, Rep. Trent (-AZ)
Lubbock, TX - Phoenix, AZGolfing - ... more
To study the American cotton industry by meeting with members of the cotton community
$2,969.96
View trip details View original PDF House, Andrew F.
08/22/05-08/25/05
Nunes, Rep. Devin (-CA)
Lubbock, TX - Phoenix, AZGolfing - ... more
Cotton industry education and orientation tour
$2,969.96
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