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    Freedom Award Presentations

    Norman Ornstein presented the award to Richard Baker, who became the first Senate historian in 1975. An advocate for the openness of government, he drafted the Senate’s first rules…

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    Lobbying Reform

    The House Rules Committee held a hearing on lobbying reform, focusing on accountability and transparency in lobbying. Witnesses testified about a number of topics including records…

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    Congressional Reform

    Moderated by Mr. Lilly, congressional Democrats and others talked about proposed changes in the rules and procedures of the U.S. House of Representatives. Among the topics they…

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    2004 Campaign Finance Practices

    Panelists participated in a forum discussion of the politics of campaign finance laws. They addressed the McCain-Feingold campaign finance law, as well as its predecessors. They…

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    Book Discussion on The Bushes

    Peter Schweizer talked about the book he co-authored with his wife, The Bushes: Portait of a Dynasty, published by Doubleday. In the book, the authors traced the history of the Bush…

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    House Appropriations Committee Dinner

    The Society honored the work of the House Appropriations Committee with speeches from its officers about the committee’s history. Rep. Young, chairman of the Appropriations…

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