American Environmental Policy

Author: Christopher McGrory Klyza
Publisher: MIT Press
ISBN: 0262525046
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League of Conservation Voters, “2009 National Environmental Scorecard, First
Session 111th Congress,” http://www.lcv.org/scorecard. 11. “House Reaches
Milestone with Cap-and-Trade Climate Change Bill,” CQ Almanac 2009 65, 2010
. 12. Ryan Lizza, “As the World Burns,” New Yorker, October 11, 2010; Eric
Pooley, The Climate War: True Believers, Power Brokers, and the Fight to Save
the Earth (Hyperion, 2010); “Manchin Shoots Climate Bill in W. Va. Senate Ad,”
Seattle Times, ...

North Korea And Security Cooperation In Northeast Asia

Author: Tae-Hwan Kwak
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317086627
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Overall, however, the second session of the 111th Congress also showed a high
degree of unity among Democrats. In 2010, President Obama still won 85.8
percent of the votes on which he clearly expressed a position. Although it was
less successful than 96.7 in 2009, ... unity were at or near record levels in 2010.
Over 78 percent of all Senate roll call votes split the parties, which was the
highest percentage of party unity votes since the study by the Congressional
Quarterly in 1953.

Politics To The Extreme

Author: S. Frisch
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137312769
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See David M. Drucker, “McCain Coaches Portman,” Roll Call 2011, 1. l See http://
www.heritage.org/events/2010/11/mitch-mcconnell (accessed March 13, 2012).
The Congressional Record, 2010. 111th Congress, 2nd Session, November 15,
S7872. The roll-call votes of the Gingrich Senators and the other Republicans are
statistically significantly ... Quoted from 2006 CQ Almanac, B-19. See Richard
Shelby, 2011, “The Danger of an Unaccountable 'ConsumerProtection' Czar.

A Concise History Of The House Of Representatives Committee On Appropriations

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Publisher: Government Printing Office
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Sources: U.S. Congress, Senate, Committee on Appropriations, Appropriations
Budget Estimates, Etc., various editions. Congressional Quarterly Almanac Plus,
Vol. LXIII-LXV (Washington: Congressional Quarterly Inc., 2007-2010). *
Subcommittee names are abbreviations and do not reflect their full jurisdictions.
Those in italics were inactive at the start of the 111th Congress. For complete
jurisdictions, see Membership of the House Committee on Appropriations,
Section 1: Committee ...

Us Senate Guide Volume 1 Basic Information Organization Procedures

Author: IBP, Inc.
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1433057573
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727-760. 73 “No Magic Number, but More Muscle,” CQ 2008 Almanac, 110th
Congress, 2nd Session, volume LXIV (64) (Washington, DC, Congressional
Quarterly, Inc.: 2009), p. 10-18; “Rangel, Burris Top Ethics Concerns,” CQ 2009
Almanac, 111th Congress, 1stSession, volume LXV (Washington, DC, CQ-Roll
Call Group: 2010), pp. 5-8-5-9. 74NCSL (National Conference of State
Legislatures), “Filling Vacancies in the Office of United States Senator,” last
updated January 10, 2013, ...

Cq Weekly

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In June, lawmakers emerged from a meeting with President Obama with a
promise to conclude debate on an immigration bill by January or February at the
latest. But in August, Obama ... Related Stories: Early hopes in the 111th
Congress, 2009 CQ Weekly, p. 1264; 2007 bills, 2007 ... The House Select
Intelligence Committee approved a fiscal 2010 bill in June, and the Senate
passed a version in September, but there was no further action in the first session
. Synopsis: At issue with ...

Congress And Its Members

Author: Roger H. Davidson
Publisher: CQ Press
ISBN: 1483322793
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Over 13 editions, the book has offered comprehensive coverage of the U.S. Congress and the legislative process by looking at the tension between Congress as a lawmaking institution and as a collection of re-election-minded politicians.