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Some have also criticized the two-step for discriminating against the elderly, soldiers and others who cannot physically come to a caucus.
He said Chu and Valadao had developed the caucus into a formidable platform for the community to address issues confronting it.
I believe our current caucus system allows those without big resources to be viable candidates by getting exposure in the party conventions rather than the primary election.
A Senate caucus on unmanned systems has been a long time coming with recent technology developments, said one congressional aide.
Saginaw, Michigan was the third stop on the caucus tour.
I am hopeful that this caucus will bring together people who value our resources and help to develop policies that will benefit generations to come," stated Ms.
The President of the United Macedonian Diaspora (UMD), Meto Koloski, said that the formation of the Macedonia Caucus was a testament of how far the Macedonian-American community has come in the last century.
This Caucus was formed in 2007 with a mission to increase organ and tissue donation and to increase awareness of the national organ shortage both within Congress and the general public.
ISLAMABAD, June 23, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Members of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Provincial Assembly belonging to all political parties agreed to form a multi-party caucus of MPAs to raise awareness about significance of polio immunization.
The Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation recently announced the formation of a bi-partisan caucus of governors that will work to protect the interest of America's hunters and anglers, and advance sound wildlife management policy.
and Randy Neugebauer (R-Texas) have been added to the list of speakers of NAFCU's Congressional Caucus.
With staff turnover expected in the House, Senate and administration after the fall elections, a new Senate caucus will help to educate those on The Hill about the nonprofit sector.