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  • *[[Congressional Appropriations]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Congressional Appropriations]]
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  • ...orps Volunteers, currently serving Volunteers, and members of Congress and congressional staff;
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  • ...publican politician from New York, currently representing the state's 25th Congressional District[1] in the United States House of Representatives. With Walsh's seat becoming one of the top battlegrounds for the 2008 congressional elections, he announced that he would not seek another term. [4]
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  • [[Category:Congressional]]
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  • [[Category:Congressional]] Point Eighteen: Enhance Congressional Oversight
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  • ...d States House of Representatives since 1979, representing Wisconsin's 6th congressional district.
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  • *[[Congressional Appropriations]]
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  • ...[http://www.peacecorps.gov/multimedia/pdf/policies/peacecorps_cbj_2008.pdf Congressional Budget Justification 2008] Peace Corps website (PDF, 47MB)
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  • *[[Congressional Appropriations]]
    14 KB (1,921 words) - 11:34, 11 October 2014
  • ===Gutting Reform from Congressional Bill=== The Peace Corps should divulge – especially to applicants and the Congressional Appropriations Committees – accurate data regarding the Early Termination
    38 KB (6,172 words) - 11:20, 29 September 2014
  • The history of the Congressional debate about the rights and protections for Volunteer whistle blowers, and Congressional testimony by NPCA and Peace Corps Director and others. Whistle blower prote
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  • | '''Staff Offices''' || Congressional Relations Ofc || (202) 692-2126 || (202) 692-2101
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  • ...If the Peace Corps were to “digitize” as it should, this could enhance Congressional and Inspector General oversight and interaction with the Volunteers. ...cal screening process, not just a posting of the Guidelines. In April 2006 Congressional staff forwarded these medical screening reforms to the Peace Corps with a r
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