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To post relevant news items or videos.

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Monday, February 22, 2010

CMC Sim Roles

For simulation purposes, we have added some senators who do not sit on the actual committee. Note also that there are two Lamar Alexanders: both will vote in committee and on the floor. We refer to such roles as "doppelgangers."

Environment and Public Works

Issue: climate change.

James M. Inhofe (OK) -- Andrew Grimm
George V. Voinovich (OH) -Cori Williams
David Vitter (LA) -- Dan Andrew
John Barrasso (WY) -- Nick Ostreim
Mike Crapo (ID) -- Heath Hyatt
Christopher S. Bond (MO) -- Will Kahn
Lamar Alexander (TN) -- Kevin Shuai
Mitch McConnell (KY)* -- Nirant Gupta
Olympia Snowe (ME)* -- Emily Meinhardt

Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions

Issue: No Child Left Behind.

Michael B. Enzi (WY) -- Mark Munro
Judd Gregg (NH)-- Nelson Gil
Lamar Alexander (TN) -- Tina Nguyen
Richard Burr (NC) -- Maxwell Morris
Johnny Isakson (GA) -- Jacinth Sohi
John McCain (AZ) -- Rory Baird
Orrin G. Hatch (UT) -- Kayla Benker
Lisa Murkowski (AK) -- Michelle Kahn
Tom Coburn, M.D. (OK) -- Trevor Beltz
Pat Roberts (KS) -- Alyssa Roberts

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