June 2007
Hill;6/21/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 75, p35
The article focuses on the significance of being a congressman on the representatives in the U.S. The Former Representative James Traficant of Ohio used to show how outrageous he found life in the Congress. Several photographs showed that lawmakers have little time for their thoughts to drift. The lives of lawmakers are not their own because they are whisked and scheduled from one event to another.


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