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The number of Orthodox Christians five stayed the same. Overall, there are six fewer Christians in the th Congress than there were in the th vs. Among non-Christian religious groups, Jews and Hindus had the biggest gains an increase of two seats each. However, Jews occupy far fewer seats than they did in the th Congress , when there were 45 Jewish members of the House and Senate. The number of Hindus in Congress rose from one to three, as Rep.
Ro Khanna, D-Calif. Raja Krishnamoorthi, D-Ill. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, who was first elected to serve in the th Congress to and has been re-elected twice. The election of Rep. The other two Buddhists in the th Congress are Sen. Mazie K. Hirono, D-Hawaii, and Rep. Hank Johnson, D-Ga. The number of Muslims in Congress two stayed the same, meaning there are now more Buddhists and Hindus serving in Congress than there are Muslims. One of the two Muslims in Congress — Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn.
Andre Carson, D-Ind. But there are differences among Protestant denominational families. Baptists, for instance, are more numerous in the House in percentage terms than in the Senate, while Presbyterians and Lutherans account for greater shares of the Senate than the House. All five Orthodox Christians in Congress are members of the House. Of these faiths, only one is present in the Senate — Sen.
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Hirono, D-Hawaii, is a Buddhist. Scheduling by Speaker and majority-party leadership, with limited consultation among members. Scheduling by majority-party leadership, with broad consultation among all members. Germaneness of amendments generally required. Germaneness of amendments rarely required. Presiding officer has considerable discretion in recognition; rulings rarely challenged. Presiding officer has little discretion in recognition; rulings frequently challenged. Debate always restricted. Debate rarely restricted.
Debate-ending motions by majority vote representatives. Cloture invoked by three-fifths vote 60 senators. Quorum calls permitted in connection with record votes. Quorum calls permitted almost any time and used for constructive delay. Narrower constituency — House District. Larger constituency — entire state. Elections generally less competitive. Elections generally more competitive.
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Less reliant on staff. More reliant on staff. Less media coverage. More media coverage. More partisan. Less partisan. Adjourns at end of day. Recesses at end of most days. Agriculture W. Appropriations W. Armed Services W. Budget W.
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Transportation and Infrastructure W. Congressional Handbook. Schroeder, Gloria, Washington, DC. Congressional Pictorial Directory. This online directory provides a collection of pictures of the th congress as well as executive members and Senate officials. Contains a listing of Senate and House Leaders, leadership organizations and staff. Diplomatic List Blue List.
Washington, DC: Department of State. List by country of diplomats with diplomatic immunity. Provides a list of each member by house. Encyclopedia of Governmental Advisory Organizations Federal. Batten, Donna, MI.
Gale Research. This expanded 13th edition contains more than 7, entries describing the activities and personnel of groups and committees that function to advise the President of the United States and various departments and bureaus of the federal government, as well as detailed information about historically significant committees.
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Tax Court and other national courts. Attorneys and U. More than 1, in-depth biographies of federal judges and staff. Leadership Directories. The Judicial Yellow Book covers both federal and higher state courts in one volume. It is unique in the depth of information it provides on each judge. It lists the judge's staff, including law clerks, with the law schools they attended, as well as detailed biographical information for each judge.
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National Association of Manufacturers-Congress Directory. Work, Jane. Regularly published for NAM members, publication gives: key staff contacts, committee assignments, state district information, local phone and fax numbers for each representative. It also includes protocol for correspondence and personal visits, selected federal agency information, useful websites and more. Initially, the telephone service was available only via local telephone numbers in key metropolitan areas.
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