Durbin not dawdling

Sweet, Lynn
June 2007
Hill;6/28/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 79, p29
The author reflects on the characteristics of Senate Majority Leader Dick Durbin as a public service official in the U.S. She points out that Durbin is such a rare lawmaker who is willing to disclose what he is actually doing most of a congressional workday. She notes that as an Illinois Democrat, Durbin has an enormous scope of the job every week. She presents an overview of one of Durbin's week schedule.


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