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Freshmen in the House of Representatives and Senate by Political Party: 1913-2005
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Freshmen in the House of Representatives and Senate by Political Party: 1913-2008
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From Bench to Bedside: The Role of Health and Human Services (HHS) Agencies in the Evaluation of New Medical Products
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From Burma to Thailand: Refugee Flows and U.S. Policy
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From Solicitor General to Supreme Court Nominee: Responsibilities, History, and the Nomination of Elena Kagan
This report examines both the office of the Solicitor General and the Justices who held that position before their elevation to the Court. After examining the office of the Solicitor General and its success before the Court, the report describes the professional careers of the four Justices who served as Solicitor General before joining the Court: William Howard Taft, Stanley Reed, Robert Jackson, and Thurgood Marshall. The final section of the report examines the career of Elena Kagan, noting in particular her service as Solicitor General.
Fruit and Vegetable Issues in the 106th Congress: A Retrospective
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Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress
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Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress
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Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress
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Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress
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Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress
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Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress
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Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress
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Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress
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Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress
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Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress
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Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress
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Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress
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Fruits and Vegetables: Ongoing Issues for Congress
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Fruits, Vegetables, and Other Specialty Crops: A Primer on Government Programs
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Fruits, Vegetables, and Other Specialty Crops: A Primer on Government Programs
U.S. farmers grow more than 250 types of fruit, vegetable, tree nut, flower, ornamental nursery, and turfgrass crops in addition to the major bulk commodity crops. Although specialty crops are ineligible for the federal commodity price and income support programs, they are eligible for other types of U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) support, such as crop insurance, disaster assistance, and, under certain conditions, ad hoc market loss assistance payments. This report describes the federal programs of importance to the specialty crop sector, and provides the most recent funding information available for them.
Fruits, Vegetables, and Other Specialty Crops: Selected Farm Bill and Federal Programs
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Fruits, Vegetables, and Other Specialty Crops: Selected Federal Programs
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FTAIA Limits Availability of U. S. Courts to Foreign Antitrust Plaintiffs: F. HoffmanLaRoche, Ltd. v. Empagran, S.A.
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The FTC's Used Car Rule
This report discusses the Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) used car rule, which aims to prevent and discourage oral misrepresentations and deceptive omissions of material facts by those selling used cars concerning warranty coverage and mechanical condition.
The "FTO List" and Congress: Sanctioning Designated Foreign Terrorist Organizations
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Fuel Ethanol: Background and Public Policy Issues
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Fuel Ethanol: Background and Public Policy Issues
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Fuel Ethanol: Background and Public Policy Issues
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Fuel Ethanol: Background and Public Policy Issues
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Fuel Ethanol: Background and Public Policy Issues
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Fuel Ethanol: Background and Public Policy Issues
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Fuel Ethanol: Background and Public Policy Issues
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Fuel Ethanol: Background and Public Policy Issues
This report provides background concerning various aspects of fuel ethanol, and a discussion of the current related policy issues.
Fuel Ethanol: Background and Public Policy Issues
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Fuel Ethanol: Background and Public Policy Issues
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Fuel Ethanol: Background and Public Policy Issues
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Fuel Ethanol: Background and Public Policy Issues
This report provides background and discussion of policy issues relating to U.S. ethanol production, especially ethanol made from corn. It discusses U.S. fuel ethanol consumption both as a gasoline blending component and as an alternative to gasoline. The report discusses various costs and benefits of ethanol, including fuel costs, pollutant emissions, and energy consumption. It also outlines key areas of congressional debate on policies beneficial to the ethanol industry.
Fuel Ethanol: Background and Public Policy Issues
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Fuel Ethanol: Background and Public Policy Issues
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Fuel Ethanol: Background and Public Policy Issues
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Fuel Ethanol: Background and Public Policy Issues
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Fuel Ethanol: Background and Public Policy Issues
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Fukushima Nuclear Crisis
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Fukushima Nuclear Crisis
This report briefly discusses the March 11, 2001, earthquake off the east coast of Honshu, Japan's largest island. The earthquake caused an automatic shutdown of eleven of Japan's fifty-five operating nuclear power plants. The plants closes to the earthquake's epicenter, Fukushima and Onagawa, were damaged by the earthquake and resulting tsunami. This report also discusses efforts by the United States and other countries to provide assistance to Japan to deal with the nuclear crisis.
Fukushima Nuclear Crisis
This report briefly discusses the March 11, 2001 earthquake off the east coast of Honshu, Japan's largest island. The earthquake caused an automatic shutdown of eleven of Japan's fifty-five operating nuclear power plants, though the plants closest to the earthquake's epicenter, Fukushima and Onagawa, were damaged by the earthquake and resulting tsunami. This report also discusses efforts by the United States and other countries to provide assistance to Japan to deal with the nuclear crisis.
Fukushima Nuclear Disaster
The huge earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station on March 11, 2011, knocked out backup power systems that were needed to cool the reactors at the plant, causing three of them to undergo fuel melting, hydrogen explosions, and radioactive releases. Radioactive contamination from the Fukushima plant forced the evacuation of communities up to 25 miles away and affected up to 100,000 residents, although it did not cause any immediate deaths. Studies of the Fukushima disaster have identified design changes, response actions, and other safety improvements that could have reduced or eliminated the amount of radioactivity released from the plant. As a result, Fukushima has prompted a reexamination of nuclear plant safety requirements around the world, including in the United States.
A Functional Analysis of Congressional Member Office Operations
This report presents a general analysis of personal staff functions in a congressional office. Because there is little specific information from Congress and other sources regarding staff job descriptions and because congressional office organization patterns very significantly, this report focuses on the staff functions that are common to all offices regardless of organizational structure or job title: office management; mail; projects; casework; legislation; schedulng and personal services; press and public relations; and political functions.
Functional Categories of the Federal Budget
This report presents a list of the 20 functional categories currently included in the federal budget, as well as the sub-functions.
Functional Categories of the Federal Budget
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