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After 10 Years, Congressional Supplement Caucus Sustains Momentum

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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At its start in 2006 and for a few subsequent sessions, the caucus wasn't well known and receiving the Administration Committee's acknowledgement that it was an authorized congressional membership group wasn't routine. Returning members had to renew their membership with each session, too.

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