Committees request more money, citing staffers' heavy workloads

Yager, Jordy
February 2009
Hill;2/12/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 17, p3
The article reports that Massachusetts Representative Barney Frank and Alabama Representative Spencer Bachus have requested the U.S. House Administration Committee to increase their budgets due to their staff's heavy workloads.


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