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List of the 10 Wealthiest Members of Congress - US Government Info
Find out who the wealthiest members of Congress are. Discover how much members of Congress reported in personal wealth. See how much personal wealth ...
Wealthiest Members of Congress - #10 Dianne Feinstein
U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein is one of 261 millionaire members of Congress, according to an analysis of personal wealth conduct by the Center for Responsive ...
U.S. Congressional Allowances - US Government Info - About.com
Along with salaries and benefits, members of the US Congress get certain allowances in support of their duties.
Library of Congress - A Visitors Guide - Washington DC - About.com
The Library of Congress in Washington, DC, is the world's largest library containing collections and resources used by the Legislative Branch. Explore the  ...
San Jose Hotel on South Congress Avenue in Austin - About.com
South Congress is one of the most unique and artistic neighborhoods in Austin. With funky boutiques, artist markets, delicious restaurants, and live music, the ...
Library of Congress Classification System - Geography
An outline of the Library of Congress Classification System, from your About.com Guide.
Recall a Member of Congress - Can It Be Done
... a member of Congress. See what the U.S Constitution says about recalling a member of Congress. Learn about past attempts to recall members of Congress.
Party In Power - Congress and Presidency - A Visual Guide To The ...
Which party controls Congress? Which, the White House? The answer reveals the "balance of power" in the two branches of government that have elected ...
113th Congress - Details and Information - US Politics on About.com
Jan 3, 2013 ... Learn about the 113th Congress. Discover the political makeup of the 113th Congress. Find out how many women and minorities were ...
Oaths of Office For Federal Officials - Congress
At the start of each new Congress, the entire House of Representatives and one- third of the Senate are sworn into office. This oath-taking dates to 1789, the first ...
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