House GOP earmarks motion falls short again

Kucinich, Jackie; Malmgren, Jessica
April 2008
Hill;4/3/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 36, p6
The article reports that the earmark resolution introduced by U.S. House Republican legislators Jack Kingston, Frank Wolf and Zach Wamp has been tabled by the Democrats during the floor debate on reauthorization legislation aimed at combating AIDS.


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