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21. Financial interests under the new earmark rules: March 27, 2007 REPORT BROKEN LINK

The House may alter these rules at any time, so more current rules may be in effect. Some rules may be found on the committee website: www.house.gov/ethics . Keywords: ethics; Code of Official Conduct; House Rule XXIII; House Rule XXI; limited tax benefit; limited tariff benefit; member; member's spouse; Standards Committee; financial interest; political contribution; illegal gratuities; bribery
Keywords: ethics, Code of Official Conduct, House Rule XXIII, House Rule XXI, limited tax benefit, limited tariff benefit, member, member's spouse, Standards Committee, financial interest,
Last Viewed: November, 13, 2017 at 2:18 AM.
Total Views: 493

22. Gift Rule Amendments at the Beginning of the 110th Congress: Feb 6, 2007 REPORT BROKEN LINK

The House may alter these rules at any time, so more current rules may be in effect. Some rules may be found on the committee website: www.house.gov/ethics . Keywords: ethics; House Rule 25; lobbyist; gifts; foreign agents; retains; employs; advocacy groups; nonprofit; charitable organization; Member; staff; employee; $50; examples; lunch; pizzas; Nationals game; exceptions; nominal value
Keywords: ethics, House Rule 25, lobbyist, gifts, foreign agents, retains, employs, advocacy groups, nonprofit, charitable organization, Member, staff, employee, $50, examples, lunch,
Last Viewed: November, 13, 2017 at 2:22 AM.
Total Views: 520

23. Travel Rules for Officially-Connected Travel Paid for by a Private Source REPORT BROKEN LINK

Dated March 14, 2007. The House may alter these rules at any time, so more current rules may be in effect. Some rules may be found on the committee website: www.house.gov/ethics . Keywords: ethics; lobbyist; lobbying; gifts; travel; trip; planning; organizing; requesting; arranging; Representational Allowance; Private Sponsor Travel Certification Form; Privately Sponsored Travel Approval Form
Keywords: ethics, lobbyist, lobbying, gifts, travel, trip, planning, organizing, requesting, arranging, Representational Allowance, Private Sponsor Travel Certification Form, Privately
Last Viewed: November, 17, 2017 at 4:20 AM.
Total Views: 432

24. Acceptance of Gifts by Members and Employees of the House: CRS RS22566 REPORT BROKEN LINK

Dated Jan. 2007. CRS regularly issues new reports on key issues, so a more current report may be available. Acceptance of Gifts by Members and Employees of the House of Representatives Under New Ethics Rules of the 110th Congress. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; ethics; lobbyist; lobbying; gifts; travel; exceptions; widely attended gathering; food; tickets; full face value; de minimis
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, ethics, lobbyist, lobbying, gifts, travel, exceptions, widely attended gathering, food, tickets, full face value, de minimis
Last Viewed: November, 15, 2017 at 2:22 AM.
Total Views: 738

25. Lobbying Congress: An Overview: CRS RL31126 - Dec. 2006 REPORT BROKEN LINK

CRS regularly issues new reports on key issues, so a more current report may be available. Lobbying Congress: An Overview of Legal Provisions and Congressional Ethics Rules. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; ethics; lobbyist; lobbying; gifts; travel; exceptions; widely attended gathering; food; tickets; full face value; de minimis; honoraria; contingency fees; bribery; fraud
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, ethics, lobbyist, lobbying, gifts, travel, exceptions, widely attended gathering, food, tickets, full face value, de minimis, honoraria,
Last Viewed: November, 15, 2017 at 7:52 AM.
Total Views: 765

26. Lobbying Disclosure: Themes and Issues, 110th Congress: RL33798 REPORT BROKEN LINK

Dated Jan. 2007. CRS regularly issues new reports on key issues, so a more current report may be available. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; ethics; lobbyist; lobbying; gifts; travel; exceptions; widely attended gathering; food; tickets; full face value; de minimis; honoraria; contingency fees; contributions; client; disclosure; bribery; fraud
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, ethics, lobbyist, lobbying, gifts, travel, exceptions, widely attended gathering, food, tickets, full face value, de minimis, honoraria,
Last Viewed: November, 13, 2017 at 8:52 PM.
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27. U.S. House of Representatives Rules, 110th Congress: H. Res. 6 REPORT BROKEN LINK

Dated Jan. 2007. The House may alter these rules at any time, so more current rules may be in effect. Keywords: ethics; lobbyist; lobbying; gifts; travel; exceptions; widely attended gathering; food; tickets; full face value; de minimis; honoraria; contingency fees; contributions; client; disclosure; earmark; conference committee; K-Street Project
Keywords: ethics, lobbyist, lobbying, gifts, travel, exceptions, widely attended gathering, food, tickets, full face value, de minimis, honoraria, contingency fees, contributions, client,
Last Viewed: November, 17, 2017 at 10:21 PM.
Total Views: 457

28. Human Cloning: Congressional Research Service RL31358: July 2006 REPORT BROKEN LINK

CRS; human embryonic stem cells; cloned embryos; human reproductive cloning; NIH Human Embryo Research Panel; therapeutic; somatic cell nuclear transfer; SCNT; Roslin Institute in Edinburgh; Dolly; South Korea; Seoul National University; Human Fertilization and Embryology Authority; HFEA; Harvard Stem Cell Institute; Advanced Cell Technology; ACT; egg procurement
Keywords: CRS, human embryonic stem cells, cloned embryos, human reproductive cloning, NIH Human Embryo Research Panel, therapeutic, somatic cell nuclear transfer, SCNT, Roslin Institute in
Last Viewed: November, 18, 2017 at 8:05 AM.
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29. Cloning: A Select Chronology, 1997-2004: CRS RL31211 REPORT BROKEN LINK

Congressional Research Service; human embryonic stem cells; cloned embryos; human reproductive cloning; Ruakura Research Center; Roslin Institute; Edinburgh; Dolly; antithrombin III; ATIII; Geron Corporation; Advanced Cell Therapeutics; PPL Therapeutics; Texas A&M; Genetic Savings and Clone; Clonaid; Northwest Equine Reproduction Laboratory; National Bioethics Advisory Commission
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, human embryonic stem cells, cloned embryos, human reproductive cloning, Ruakura Research Center, Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, Dolly, antithrombin
Last Viewed: November, 11, 2017 at 4:47 AM.
Total Views: 454

30. Grassroots Lobbying: Constitutionality of Disclosure Requirements: RL33794 REPORT BROKEN LINK

Dated Jan. 2007. CRS regularly issues new reports on key issues, so a more current report may be available. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; ethics; lobbyist; lobbying; activist; direct; indirect; disclosures; federal; states
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, ethics, lobbyist, lobbying, activist, direct, indirect, disclosures, federal, states
Last Viewed: November, 18, 2017 at 5:25 PM.
Total Views: 470

31. Lobbyists and Interest Groups: Sources of Information: CRS RS20725 REPORT BROKEN LINK

Dated Sept. 2006. CRS regularly issues new reports on key issues, so a more current report may be available. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; ethics; lobbyist; lobbying; resources; disclosures; federal; states; FARA Registration Unit Public Office; Legislative Information System; American League of Lobbyists; Capital Source; Center for Responsive Politics; Encyclopedia of Associations
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, ethics, lobbyist, lobbying, resources, disclosures, federal, states, FARA Registration Unit Public Office, Legislative Information System, American
Last Viewed: November, 13, 2017 at 9:08 PM.
Total Views: 496

32. Salaries of Members of Congress: CRS 97-1011 GOV REPORT BROKEN LINK

A List of Payable Rates and Effective Dates, 1789-2006. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; Citizens' Commission on Public Service and Compensation; Senators; Representatives; historical
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, Citizens' Commission on Public Service and Compensation, Senators, Representatives, historical
Last Viewed: November, 19, 2017 at 5:45 PM.
Total Views: 464

33. Health Care and Markets: CRS RL33759 REPORT BROKEN LINK

Dated Sept. 2006. CRS regularly issues new reports on key issues, so a more current report may be available. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; health care costs; public spending; international; moral hazard; information technology; risk pools; COBRA; copayments; deductibles; HIPAA; Federal budget; pricing; quality
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, health care costs, public spending, international, moral hazard, information technology, risk pools, COBRA, copayments, deductibles, HIPAA, Federal
Last Viewed: November, 9, 2017 at 6:27 PM.
Total Views: 413

34. Parliamentary Rights: Congress: CRS RS22592 REPORT BROKEN LINK

Dated Feb. 2007. Rights of the of the Delegates and Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; American Samoa; District of Columbia; Guam; U.S. Virgin Islands; territories; properties; "not Members of Congress, and do not enjoy all the same parliamentary rights as Members"
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, American Samoa, District of Columbia, Guam, U.S. Virgin Islands, territories, properties, "not Members of Congress, and do not enjoy all the same
Last Viewed: November, 16, 2017 at 10:07 PM.
Total Views: 452

35. Real Earnings and the Distribution of Earnings, 1995-2005: CRS RL33835 REPORT BROKEN LINK

CRS regularly issues new reports on key issues, so a more current report may be available. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; civilian unemployment rate; "hollowing out"; hourly wage; lower-wage; part-time; full-time; workers; men; women; Gini Coefficient; Lorenz Curves; Macroeconomic Policies; Earned Income Tax Credit; EITC; Child Tax Credit; CTC
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, civilian unemployment rate, "hollowing out", hourly wage, lower-wage, part-time, full-time, workers, men, women, Gini Coefficient, Lorenz Curves,
Last Viewed: November, 15, 2017 at 8:18 PM.
Total Views: 447

36. Older Workers: Employment and Retirement Trends: CRS RL30629 REPORT BROKEN LINK

Dated Sept. 2006. CRS regularly issues new reports on key issues, so a more current report may be available. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; "baby boom" generation; Social Security benefits; Labor Force Participation Rates; Phased Retirement; 401(k) Plans; unemployment rate; men; women; adults; poverty
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, "baby boom" generation, Social Security benefits, Labor Force Participation Rates, Phased Retirement, 401(k) Plans, unemployment rate, men,
Last Viewed: November, 15, 2017 at 5:27 AM.
Total Views: 472

37. Topics in Aging: Income of Americans Age 65 and Older, 1969 to 2004 REPORT BROKEN LINK

CRS RL33387. April 20, 2006. The report may be updated every two years. Congressional Research Service; baby boom generation; retirees; Social Security; personal savings; elderly; racially and ethnically diverse; pensions; personal savings; income; Labor Force Participation Rates; employment rates; men; women; marital status; educational attainment; annual income; household; life expectancy
Last Viewed: November, 19, 2017 at 3:57 AM.
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38. Retirement Savings: How Much Will Workers Have When They Retire? REPORT BROKEN LINK

RL33845. Jan. 2007. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; aging; "baby boom" generation; personal savings; employer-sponsored retirement plans; defined benefit pensions; defined contribution plans; householder; married; elderly; racially and ethnically diverse; Demographic Profile; Social Security benefits; Labor Force Participation Rates; Phased Retirement; Monte Carlo; household; men; women
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, aging, "baby boom" generation, personal savings, employer-sponsored retirement plans, defined benefit pensions, defined contribution plans,
Last Viewed: November, 18, 2017 at 12:07 AM.
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39. The House's "Pay-As-You-Go" (PAYGO) Rule in the 110th Congress REPORT BROKEN LINK

A Brief Overview. CRS RL33850. The House's PAYGO rule requires that legislation affecting direct spending or revenues must not increase the deficit (or reduce the surplus) over a six-year period, including the current year, the upcoming fiscal year, and the four following fiscal years, as well as an 11-year period (the previously cited period and the ensuing five fiscal years).
Last Viewed: November, 17, 2017 at 11:47 PM.
Total Views: 480

40. PAYGO Rules for Budget Enforcement in the House and Senate: CRS RL32835 REPORT BROKEN LINK

Dated May 2005. Analysis of proposed changes in the Senate's "pay-as-you-go" (PAYGO) rule and efforts to establish a similar rule in the House.
Last Viewed: November, 19, 2017 at 5:26 AM.
Total Views: 488

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