Inside Washington

Noyes, Andrew; Barnes, James A.; Serafini, Marilyn Werber; Pound, Edward T.; Hegland, Corine; Freedberg Jr., Sydney J.
August 2008
National Journal;8/2/2008, p25
The article presents an update on the U.S. politics and government as of August 2008. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy donated the $2,000 he received for his cameo role in the film "The Dark Knight" to the Kellogg-Hubbard Library in Montpelier, Vermont. Lobbyist Liz Robbins will hold a fundraising event with her husband Doug Johnson to help Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton pay off her campaign debt. Hip hop musicians have gathered in a club in Washington, D.C. to launch a campaign that would encourage noncollege young people to vote.


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