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Mallory L.K. Beigler, Congressional Staffer - Salary Data

Alternate Name: Mallory Beigler  
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Employing Office Start date End date Position Amount Notes PDF
Employing Office
Start Date 05/30/06 End Date 07/07/06 Position
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