What is the payscale for a U S congressman?
As of 2013, I believe it is somewhere around $174,000 per year.
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A Congressman or woman's main job is to make laws. They makespeeches to the group, debate, and vote. In certain circumstancesthey have other powers, like declaring war and impeachment.
There are several websites for find your representative in the House of Representatives. See related links below.
working in a rural area, i make 10.00, but there are jobs available in downtown Chicago that pay from 60,000 to 110,000 a year, so there is really a very wide range. The person that answered I believe is speaking about a Medical Billing. Medical Billing and Medical Coding are two separate Career…s. Billers work for Doctor's Offices and are on the lower pay scale earning a per hour rate and based on what part of the country you live. Coders on the other had work from home and do coding for the Insurance Companies. Pay varies greatly for them as well but can be anywhere from $30,000 to upwards of $100,000 all depending on company you work for, personal effort and experience. (MORE)
In the United States of America a congressman is anyone elected to the legislative branch of government. However the legislative branch is divided into two parts, the Senate and the House of Representatives. In common usage, members of the Senate are called Senators and members of the House of Repre…sentatives are called congressmen. (MORE)
depends.. can be from 40k-120k.. the high range is a petroleum geologist, or the low end is a regular geologist.
If you meet a Congressman, you should use their title and name. Forinstance, you would say Hello, Congressman/woman Wilson.
Answer \n. \nArticle I, Section 2 of the US Constitution provides the following qualifications: Aged 25, a US Citizen for seven years, and a resident of the State they represent.
As of 2010 the salary is $174,000. The speaker makes $223,500 and majority/minority leaders make $193,400. Since Congress sets its own salaries, changes cannot take effect until the next term to prevent abuse (they would be voted out of office if they paid themselves exorbitantly).
Answer . The current salary for rank-and-file members of the House and Senate is $168,000 per year. The Leaders get $186,600, the Speaker of the House gets $215,700. http://www.congresslink.org/print_basics_pay.htm
The current salary (2008) for rank-and-file members of the House and Senate is $169,300 per year.
It is a monthly amount, but it doesn't include your housing allowance which is listed in a separate table. If you are enlisted, you will also get a clothing allowance.
Each resident of the 50 states has 3 Congress members - two Senators and one Representative. In common parlance, "congressmen" is taken as a synonym for Representative, so the answer you are probably looking for is one. Each state is divided into one or more congressional districts based on popul…ation, with Montana (the least-populous state) having one congressional district,and California (the most-populous state) having 53. A census is taken every 10 years, and the congressional districts are adjusted at that point. The Reapportionment Act of 1929 set the size of the House at 435 Representatives, although in 1959, that temporarily rose to 437 with the new states of Alaska and Hawaii each getting one representative. The 1962 elections, based on the 1960 election, once again gave us 435 representatives. Senators serve the state at-large, while Representatives each have their own district, so even if your state has dozens of Representatives, if you live in the 50 states, you have only one Representative, but two Senators. Citizens of other parts of the US, such as the District of Columbia, US Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, and Puerto Rico, and US citizens not living in the US don't get to elect a voting Representative or Senator. (MORE)
A congressman has to read and evaluate bills then vote on them. TheCongressman also has to listen to his constituents and take theirpetitions up to Washington.
It depends on the Owner(s), Sponsor(s), and the contract they set up for the Driver, it could also include "Bonuses" for: wins, places, championship, etc..
There are 53 congress representatives from California. Californiais one of the larger states in the US, so it has the mostrepresentatives.
Indian pay-scales represent salaries for common jobs in India. People can use pay-scale information to make decisions on careers that they should explore.
An expert witness can charge for their time, however, when asked in court about the amount of money that he/she is been paid he/she can say that the courts pay. it is illegal for personal questions such as monthy/annual income to be asked.. The monetary value that the individual may charge depends …on the person and the amount of experience he/she may have. it can rage from 2500-7000 (MORE)
The Honorable Firstname Surname Dear Mr./Ms. Surname, Sincerely yours, http://www.librarycat.org/SVLS/html/lawmakers/correct_form.html Do address to "The Honorable" but Do NOT put Mr. or Ms. (and certainly not Mrs.) on the salutation after Dear when addressing someone who has been voted to… the US Senate or House of Representatives. Use their title, such as Senator, Congressman/Congresswoman or Representative followed by their last name. http://www.ita.doc.gov/ita_sec/Address%20and%20Salutation.htm (MORE)
There is none according to scholars, that I've seen comment on it, however, I think they're forgetting "Rep.", I use that often for Congressperson. hope that helps, divinediscontent
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One is Ron Paul.Chet Edwards is another. Michail a Andrew is a old one.THEN there is BillArcher .all of the others are Joe Barton,Chris Bell,Ken Bentsen , Henry Bonilla , and Jim wright. Others are Charlie Wilson , Craig Washington , Jim Turner, Mac Thomberry, Steve Stockton, Charlie Stenholm, Alan …Steelman,Lamar Smith , Pete Sessions , Bill Sarpalious , Max Sandlin , Cico Rodriguez , Silvestre Reyes , Ted Poe , Jake Pickle , Wright Patman , Solomon Ortiz, William Patman , Pete Olson , Randy Neugebauger, and Sam Johnson. There are also 42 others. These are all of the congressman from Texas since it became a state. (MORE)
The payscale for grade E-30 at U of Chicago is roughly $41,239 to $70,328. Hope this helps.
You can find out using your zip code at the related link below (House.gov). There is a list of current US Representatives at the related link below. You can also find your state and federal officials by using your Zip Code at the third link. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_current_member…s_of_the_United_States_House_of_Representatives http://votesmart.org/ http://www.house.gov/htbin/findrep?ZIP=70065&Submit=FIND+YOUR+REP+BY+ZIP (MORE)
Philippine congressmen are elected through direct elections since 1900-1970?( any part of that time) where Philippine amends the constitution.
There are two senators and seven representatives that represent Colorado in Congress: Senator Mark Udall Senator Michael Bennet Representative Diana DeGette Representative Jared Polis Representative Scott Tipton Representative Cory Gardner Representative Doug Lamborn Representative Mike Coffman R…epresentative Ed Perlmutter (MORE)
The salaries of doctors of osteopathy depend on the career paththey have chosen. Family physicians typically earn between $162,908to $221,196 per year.
In order for a congressman to be expelled is that they have tocommit an act that is considered impeachable. Some of these actsinclude accepting a bribe, committing treason, or committing acrime.
For the US House of Representatives, go to http://www.house.gov For the US Senate go to http://www.senate.gov For your state government, do a web search for your state congressional website.
Well Wikipedia says: The pension amount is determined by a formula that takes into account the years served and the average pay for the top three years in terms of payment. In 2002, the average pension payment ranged from $41,000 to $55,000.
Very low. For non-managers, day and overnight, $8.65-9.65 hr. Management not competitive at all. No employee discounts, other than free membership. BJ's currently holding meetings with employees warning them of unionizing.
The Congressman-at-large is a representative who is elected by all the voters of the state.
A man who is a member of the U.S. Congress, especially of the House of Representative.
Don't use wikipedia answers anymore. If you do you need to find a new website to get your answers on because you can change any time of text on here and write what ever you want to just like I did. I'm sorry for those of you who are morons. Like Trevor Collis. :)
In the United States, for example. We have what is called a "representative democracy". We elect people who are *supposed* to represent us at the national level. The congressmen are those people.
Arkansas has four Members of Congress. They are Robert Marion Berry (D), Vic Snyder (D), Mike Ross (D), and John Boozman (R).
Richard Nixon was a member of the United States House of Representatives from California's 12th congressional district. He served from January 2nd, 1947 until December 1st, 1950. He then gave up his seat to successfully run for one of the California Senate seats.
The title "congressman" or "congresswoman" is used for male and female, respectively, members of the United States House of Representatives.
ParaÃ±aque City in Metro Manila (Philippines) has two (2) congressmen: 1. Eduardo Zialcita for the 1st District 2. Roilo Golez for the 2nd District
Although "congressman" may refer to any member of Congress, it often refers to a member of the House of Representatives, the members of the Senate being called senators. In either case, the congressman represents his district or state in the whichever house he belongs to. The purpose of the …house is to make laws ( including changing laws already in effect.). Therefore the congressman proposes and votes on bills which become law if the Congress passes them and the President signs them. In order to decide which laws may be needed and how to vote, the Congressman may hold and attend hearing which call witnesses to be questioned . He or she may also make speeches , read and send out letters and meet with other congressmen in hopes of influencing their votes. He also reads his letters and meets with people who want Congress to act on certain issues. He is also likely to be always campaigning for reelection by making his record as appealing as possible to voters in his district. He has a staff to help him and has to manage his staff. (MORE)
Massachusetts has 10 congressional districts. Its U.S. House members are: . Capuano, Michael E., Massachusetts, 8th . Delahunt, William, Massachusetts, 10th . Frank, Barney, Massachusetts, 4th . Lynch, Stephen F., Massachusetts, 9th . McGovern, James, Massachusetts, 3rd . Markey, Ed, Massach…usetts, 7th . Neal, Richard E., Massachusetts, 2nd . Olver, John, Massachusetts, 1st . Tierney, John, Massachusetts, 6th . Tsongas, Niki, Massachusetts, 5th . (from http://www.house.gov/house/MemberWWW_by_State.shtml#ma). Additionally, its U.S. senators are Edward Kennedy and John Kerry. (MORE)
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the estimated mean annual wage for registered nurses as of May 2008 is, $65,130 This would amount to $31.31 per hour. Median annual wages of registered nurses were $62,450 in May 2008. The middle 50 percent earned between $51,640 and $76,570. The …lowest 10 percent earned less than $43,410, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $92,240. (MORE)
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Yes they can, but one privilege they do enjoy is immunity from arrest or the service of legal papers while Congress is in session.
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John Quincy Adams was elected to the House of Representatives after he was President. Andrew Johnson served as US Senator after he left the presidency.
The USPS has competitive basic pay rates. Postal Service employees receive regular salary increases, overtime pay, night shift differential, and Sunday premium pay.
The possessive form is congressman is congressman's .. Example: The congressman's office is on the second floor..
On March 19,1856 Republican Senator Charles Sumner started a violent speech on the topic "The crime against Kansas". He attacked the pro-slavery establishment and parliamentary representatives in general but he addressed himself particularly against the old Senator Andrew Butler of South Carolina, w…ho, some days before energetically sustained the Kansas had to be admitted in the Union as a slave State. Indeed, Sumner's attitude and verbal attack against Butler were really excessive and, when the speech was over, the nephew of Butler, Honorable Preston Books, seized by anger approached Sumner and hit him five or six time on the head with his walking stick, knocking him down bleeding and unconscious. The happening contributed to worsen further on the tensions and enlarge the furrow already in being between North and South Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_did_charles_sumners_views_on_bleeding_kansas_create_conflict#ixzz1rkf0tRGT (MORE)
The salary paid to a police patrol officer in the United States varies according to location and time in the job. However a number of websites calculate the average salary across the country. As at June 2013 the average salary was around $47,000.
1st CD of NC -- G. K. Butterfield (D) -- all of Bertie, Greene, Halifax, Hertford, Northampton & Warren Counties & parts of Chowan, Edgecombe, Franklin, Granville, Lenoir, Martin, Nash, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Pitt, Vance, Wake & Wilson Counties . 2nd CD of NC -- Renee Ellmers (R) -- all of Johnsto…n & Sampson Counties & parts of Cumberland, Harnett, Wake & Wayne Counties . 3rd CD of NC -- Walter Jones (R) -- all of Beaufort, Camden, Craven, Currituck, Dare, Duplin, Gates, Hyde, Jones, Pamlico, Tyrrell & Washington Counties & parts of Carteret, Chowan, Edgecombe, Lenoir, Martin, Nash, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Pitt, Wayne & Wilson Counties . 4th CD of NC -- David Price (D) -- parts of Chatham, Cumberland, Durham, Harnett, Lee, Orange & Wake Counties . 5th CD of NC -- Virginia Foxx (R) -- all of Alexander, Alleghany, Ashe, Davie, Watauga, Wilkes & Yadkin Counties & parts of Catawba, Davidson, Forsyth, Iredell & Rowan Counties . 6th CD of NC -- Howard Coble (R) -- all of Moore County & parts of Alamance, Chatham, Cumberland, Guilford, Harnett, Lee & Randolph Counties . 7th CD of NC -- Mike McIntyre (D) -- all of Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, New Hanover, Onslow & Pender Counties & parts of Carteret & Robeson Counties . 8th CD of NC -- Richard Hudson (R) -- all of Anson, Hoke, Montgomery, Richmond, Scotland & Stanly Counties & parts of Cabarrus, Davidson, Mecklenburg, Randolph, Robeson, Rowan & Union Counties . 9th CD of NC -- Robert Pittenger (R) -- parts of Iredell, Mecklenburg & Union Counties . 10th CD of NC -- Patrick McHenry (R) -- all of Cleveland, Gaston, Lincoln, Polk & Rutherford Counties & parts of Buncombe & Catawba Counties . 11th CD of NC -- Mark Meadows (R) -- all of Avery, Burke, Caldwell, Cherokee, Clay, Graham, Haywood, Henderson, Jackson, McDowell, Macon, Madison, Mitchell, Swain, Transylvania & Yancey Counties & part of Buncombe County . 12th CD of NC -- (vacant) -- parts of Cabarrus, Davidson, Forsyth, Guilford, Mecklenburg & Rowan Counties . 13th CD of NC -- George Holding (R) -- all of Caswell, Person, Rockingham, Stokes & Surry Counties & parts of Alamance, Durham, Forsyth, Franklin, Granville, Guilford, Orange, Vance & Wake Counties (MORE)