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[[Image:Capitol.gif|300px|link=Ludlam_statement_House_Congressional_hearing_May_11_2011]] <br> [http://1.usa.gov/ip7dne House Congressional Hearing] today 9:30am will be available on the [http://foreignaffairs.house.gov/ committee website] and   
[[Image:Capitol.gif|300px|link=Ludlam_statement_House_Congressional_hearing_May_11_2011]] <br> [http://1.usa.gov/ip7dne House Congressional Hearing] today 9:30am will be available on the [http://foreignaffairs.house.gov/ committee website] and   
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House Congressional Hearing today 9:30am will be available on the committee website and CSPAN. The following statements are from those testifying this morning:

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(Hearing Statement on Reform)"...The Peace Corps has been tenacious in suppressing bad publicity. It conceals information about the many Volunteers who quit early and the serious problems revealed in its Volunteer survey results. During the recent campaign to expand the number of Volunteers in the field, the Peace Corps and National Peace Corps Association quashed pending reform legislation and discussion of reforms. Moreover, the Volunteers have little incentive to speak up for change. Instead, many quit early in frustration, often blaming themselves for the problems they experienced...." (Hearing Statement on Reform)
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