Earmark scofflaws get pass

Allen, Jared
April 2009
Hill;4/23/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 45, p1
The article reports on the likelihood of the House Appropriations Committee to consider the failure of members to meet the deadline to post their earmark requests to post an active link on congressional websites in the U.S.


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