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					HOUSE      PC Ltr 3/05PC Ltr 3/06PC Ltr 9/06PC Ltr 3/07PC Ltr 3/08PC Ltr 3/09PC Ltr 3/10HOUSE


MARYLAND                                                                                   MARYLAND
             N/A
Kratovil - 1st        N/A         N/A        N/A         N/A        N/A         N/A        Harris - 1st
             No
Ruppersberger - 2nd   No          No         No          No         No          No         Ruppersberger - 2nd
Sarbanes - No 3rd     No          No         No          No         Yes         Yes        Sarbanes - 3rd
Edwards - 4thN/A      N/A         N/A        N/A         N/A        No          Yes        Edwards - 4th
Hoyer - 5th No        No          No         No          No         No          No         Hoyer - 5th
             No
Bartlett - 6th        No          No         No          No         No          No         Bartlett - 6th
Cummings No  - 7th    No          No         No          No         No          Yes        Cummings - 7th
             - 8th
Van Hollen Yes        Yes         Yes        Yes         Yes        Yes         Yes        Van Hollen - 8th


PC Ltr: Refers to Dear Colleague letters circulated in the House in which members are asked to sign a letter to House Approp

2008/2009 PC Funding Legislation: Refers to legislation proposing increased Peace Corps funding in future years. Co-Spon

Stearns Amendment: Refers to a floor amendment in in 2009 seeking to lessen the size of the proposed significant House inc

HR 4195: Refers to 2010 legislation to authorize a commemorative work near the National Mall to mark the historical significan

Farr Ltr 11/10: Refers to a House Dear Colleague letter in which lawmakers were asked to sign a letter to the President urging

2011 Proclamation: Refers to a House Dear Colleague letter in which lawmakers were asked to sign a letter asking the Presid

USGLC Ltr: Refers to House Dear Colleagues initiated by the US Global Leadership Coalition, urging support for robust fundin
                        2009 PC Stearns Peace Corps Commem
                                                     Farr Ltr  2011 Pres.HOUSE
             2008 PC Funding Funding Amdt Reduce $450 M11/10 toPresidential                     USGLC     USGLC
             Legislation           FY 2010 for Peace Re:       Proclamation Ltr
                        Legislation HR 1066 HR 4195Corps FY 12 PC Budget                        FY 06 Ltr FY 07 Ltr

  MARYLAND                                                                          MARYLAND
         N/A        N/A        N/A              N/A         N/A         Yes         Harris - 1st N/A        N/A
         No         No         No               No          No          No                       No
                                                                                    Ruppersberger - 2nd     No
         co-sponsor co-sponsor No               No          No          Yes         Sarbanes - N/A3rd       N/A
         No         No         No               No          Yes         Yes         Edwards - 4thN/A        N/A
         No         No         No               No          No          No          Hoyer - 5th Yes         Yes
         No         No         Yes              No          No          No                       No
                                                                                    Bartlett - 6th          No
         No         co-sponsor No               No          Yes         Yes         Cummings No  - 7th      No
         No         co-sponsor No               No          Yes         Yes                      - 8th
                                                                                    Van Hollen Yes          Yes


sked to sign a letter to House Appropriators urging support for increased Peace Corps funding. Yes indicates the lawmaker signed the letter

ps funding in future years. Co-Sponsor indicates lawmaker supports the legislation

of the proposed significant House increase for Peace Corps. The motion was defeated. NOTE: No indicates the lawmaker voted against th

 Mall to mark the historical significance of the founding of the Peace Corps and the values that it represents. Co-sponsor indicates lawmake

o sign a letter to the President urging him to request $500 million for Peace Corps in his Fiscal Year 2012 budget request. Yes indicates law

ked to sign a letter asking the President to issue a proclamation recognizing the 50th anniversary of the Peace Corps. Yes indicates lawmak

tion, urging support for robust funding for the International Affairs portion of the federal budget. Yes indicates the lawmaker signed these let
             USGLC     USGLC     USGLC     USGLC
             FY 08 Ltr FY 09 Ltr FY 10 Ltr FY 11 Ltr


             N/A        N/A            N/A     N/A
             No         No             Yes     Yes
             N/A        Yes            Yes     Yes
             N/A        N/A            No      No
             Yes        Yes            Yes     Yes
             No         No             No      No
             No         No             No      Yes
             Yes        Yes            Yes     Yes


cates the lawmaker signed the letter



cates the lawmaker voted against the Peace Corps cutting amendment.

ents. Co-sponsor indicates lawmaker supported the legislation.

2 budget request. Yes indicates lawmaker signed the letter.

Peace Corps. Yes indicates lawmaker signed the letter.

icates the lawmaker signed these letters

				
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