Member of Congress


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Member of Congress

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a member of the US Congress, esp of the House of Representatives
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He was, at that time, a member of Congress; but immediately left Philadelphia, and began his journey to Massachusetts.
An exhibition instrument was placed in his house, without cost, in 1878, while he was still a member of Congress. Neither Cleveland nor Harrison, for temperamental reasons, used the magic wire very often.
Was it to nominate some high official--a governor or member of Congress? It was not improbable, so agitated was the multitude before them.
There would be Judge Pyncheon, --a person eminent in the public view, of high station and great wealth, a philanthropist, a member of Congress and of the church, and intimately associated with whatever else bestows good name,--so imposing, in these advantageous lights, that Hepzibah herself could hardly help shrinking from her own conclusions as to his hollow integrity.
Each member of Congress files a financial disclosure report each year, but there's no central database where that information is available.
One of the best ways to influence or reinforce opinion is to show a Member of Congress firsthand the difference that your programs are making in the lives of students.
In making the announcement, the center urged people to contribute to the collection by requesting reports from their member of Congress and making them available to the website.
These meetings not only provide information in person, but also solidify a personal relationship with a member of Congress.
A former member of Congress, Daub has been involved with Social Security for years.
Cal Dooley, a Member of Congress from California for the past 14 years, has been named the new president and CEO of the National Food Processors Association (NFPA), effective early 2005.
Many seemed to me perceptive; many others were far off the mark-such as when people thought that as a member of Congress I received a limousine and chauffeur, or didn't pay taxes, or was entitled to free medical care and Social Security coverage.

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