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"… hey promote a program that, according to Keith Luse, chief of staff in the Senate Agriculture Committee, shortchanges farmers and funnels “too much money …"

"… ram, he “met with a lot of resistance from members of both the House and Senate agriculture committees,” according to Andy Morton, chief economist of th …"

"… griculture committees,” according to Andy Morton, chief economist of the Senate Agriculture Committee.These politicians were “pressured by the insurance …"

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"… millions of dollars in profit in the process.Both Burton and Hatch, who is Senate Judiciary chairman, have railed against Clinton for his eleventh-hour pard …"

"… ,” he said on CBS Face the Nation in July 1986. Hatch voted for a weaker Senate sanctions bill that failed, and also offered a successful amendment provid …"

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"… states have considered or are working on changes.In comparison, while the Senate Office of Public Records began putting federal lobby spending reports on t …"

"… in the union with no statute mandating lobbying disclosure, but the state Senate does require those who lobby that chamber to register. Its House of Repres …"

"… t to the secretaries of state.four state legislatures and the Pennsylvania Senate maintain records of their chambers' lobbyists.Congress and 37 states recog …"

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"… isiveness of Capitol Hill politics were in full display when two competing Senate bills banning human cloning were introduced in February 1998. The Democrat …"

"… came close to passing. In fact, it was never put to a vote and died in the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee.Anti-cloning activists involved in the …"

"… abor-Human Resources committee never really reported anything [to the full Senate]."But Feinstein's office blames "Capitol politics" for the measure's death …"

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"… lution of power to the states. They cite Whitman’s speech at her Jan. 17 Senate confirmation hearing, in which she told the Environment and Public Works C …"

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"… tic candidates, including $1,000 to Ashcroft’s opponent in the 2000 U.S. Senate campaign, the late Mel Carnahan.The allegations against Ashcroft were spel …"

"… ional Voting Rights Institute, to Sen. Patrick Leahy, then chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee.“Its troubling because at the least it demonstrates …"

"… wers before he is voted as the nations top law enforcement official.”The Senate Judiciary Committee voted 10-8 on January 30 to send Ashcroft’s nominati …"

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"… e mortgage wasn’t required for seven or eight months after the sale. The Senate Ethics Committee never had a problem with any of this. Don’t get me star …"

"… ving the company millions of dollars. The legislation was known inside the Senate as the “Gallo amendment.”Now, ladies and gentlemen, most Americans nev …"

"… make a campaign contribution of $1,000. And, of course, no one has a U.S. Senate amendment named after him.The career patron contributing the most to any o …"

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"… ) contribution.” Snyder noted that recount committees for past House and Senate elections had sometimes been separate entities that did not report to the …"

"… presidential campaign, although they have been created for U.S. House and Senate races. The focus on the committees this time could prompt further amendmen …"

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"… campaign war chests reap big political payoffs, just look at the House and Senate races this year.Eighty-five percent of Senate candidates who raised more t …"

"… , just look at the House and Senate races this year.Eighty-five percent of Senate candidates who raised more than their opponents won, and 94 percent of the …"

"… ion.These large pots of cash virtually assured victory.The New Jersey U.S. Senate race was the second most expensive in the nation. Democrat Jon Corzine, a …"

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"… might not seem like the logical setting for a full-scale brawl over a U.S. Senate seat, but with the U.S. Senate majority in the balance, every contest in t …"

"… setting for a full-scale brawl over a U.S. Senate seat, but with the U.S. Senate majority in the balance, every contest in the states matters. The voters o …"

"… epublicans. The campaign attacks Burns for his mining-related votes in the Senate that, the Sierra Club says, allowed mining companies to dump cyanide and o …"

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"… 0 New Yorkers are registered Working Families Party voters. …"

"… American Political Action Committee had spent $50,000 on the New York U.S. Senate race by February, sending hundreds of copies of a 178-page book, entitled …"

"… ted and sustained scrutiny” as she embarks on her candidacy for the U.S. Senate, and acts on what the Coalition fears are deeper ambitions to run for the …"

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"… ressional Campaign Committee, the party’s fund-raising arm for House and Senate races.Added Marit Babin, spokeswoman for the National Republican Congressi …"

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"… Ala., claims that the legislation, passed hurriedly with a surprising 92-6 Senate vote and signed by President Clinton on July 1, infringes on First and Ten …"

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"… hite House officials, and many other activities, Gray’s filings with the Senate Office of Public Records indicate that he spent very little time engaged i …"

"… little time engaged in lobbying activities.Gray’s lobbying report to the Senate for that six-month period stated that he received only $20,000 in income f …"

"… land and New Hampshire. His February 12, 1996, registration filed with the Senate Office of Public Records states that the specific lobbying issue on which …"

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"… greatly benefit private companies like Geron.S. 2015 was introduced in the Senate on January 31, 2000, by Senator Arlen Specter (R-Pa.), who chairs the Sena …"

"… nate on January 31, 2000, by Senator Arlen Specter (R-Pa.), who chairs the Senate appropriations subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Educa …"

"… .), believe that the bill will have a much different effect. When Specters Senate subcommittee held a hearing on stem cell research on April 26, 2000, Brown …"

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"… publican donation clearinghouse, Triad Management. Triad, the subject of a Senate investigation on the 1996 campaigns, is a for-profit corporation that matc …"

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"… Hill, including events for the Republican leadership in both the House and Senate. Washingtonian magazine ranked Hart the 14th most powerful lobbyist in Was …"

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"… eir business interests and financial connections.Since his election to the Senate in 1987, Estrada has consistently declared interests in only four corporat …"

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"… incorporator were formed since 1987, when Estrada was first elected to the Senate. Of these, 13 were set up while he was senator, 15 during his vice preside …"

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"… money — that is actually spent on advertising campaigns to help specific Senate and House candidates.Joint fund-raising committees help parties and candid …"

"… Democratic Party or another candidate mentioned.The committeesThe Michigan Senate 2000 joint fund-raiser affiliated with the campaign of Rep. Debbie Stabeno …"

"… Sen. Spence Abraham, a Republican, in one of the nations most competitive Senate races.Missouri 2000, associated with Missouri Gov. Mel Carnahan, a Democra …"

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"… Mayor Rudolph Giuliani had raised more than $19 million for his Republican Senate campaign against Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton. The Giuliani campaign, a …"

"… ion to Lazio’s campaign of no more than $1,000.“Giuliani, who quit the Senate race May 19, remains mum on the issue of the excess campaign cash, and whi …"

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"… g Representative Rick Lazio instead of Mayor Rudolph Giuliani for the U.S. Senate, but one thing remains the same: Outside interest groups don't want Hillar …"

"… nk goes politicalThe Citizens for a Sound Economy is also joining the U.S. Senate campaign.It is a consumer-advocate conservative think-tank financed by cor …"

"… his newsletter Ruff Times, Ruff says his fear is that Clinton will use the Senate seat as a springboard for the presidency. “It is a lot easier to kill a …"

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"… Joint Appropriations Committee, where six committee members, including the Senate and House co-chairs, had family employed as sheriffs. All six voted agains …"

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"… ivity in Congress. Multiple bills targeting 527 groups were floated in the Senate and House in the spring and early summer until finally, on June 8, McCain …"

"… ring and early summer until finally, on June 8, McCain’s bill passed the Senate. Three weeks later, Republican Representative Houghton of New York present …"

"… uired for passage, rather than a simple majority.The bill went back to the Senate on June 29 and passed the same day by an astounding 92-6 vote. There was o …"

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"… butors, Bradley has apparently had a change of heart since his days in the Senate, when he was part of the greatest giveaway to special interests in the his …"

"… teele contacted every member of the House Ways and Means Committee and the Senate Finance Committee – of which Bradley was a member – asking for …"

"… f 1986 by saying that it was “one of my proudest achievements in the Senate.” …"

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"… McCain and Dan Quayle. Millionaires also make up more than a third of the Senate, even though fewer than one percent of Americans are so fortunate. It is …"

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"… illegally raised $20,000 in foreign campaign contributions for Democratic Senate candidates in 1993. He pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor violations of the …"

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"… xpect to see more abuses and more investigations on these counts. Both the Senate’s McCain-Feingold bill and the House’s Shays-Meehan legislation would …"

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"… appearance fees from 1981 to 1991 — even though throughout that time Senate rules prevented him from accepting more than $2,000 per speech. Rules set …"

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