Trips Disclosed by Michigan's Delegation

Members of Congress were given more than $16 million worth of trips by private corporations and non-profit organizations between 2000 and winter 2005, according to PoliticalMoneyLine. The group received the information from the clerk of the House of Representatives and the secretary of the Senate.

Here is a list of the cost of privately funded trips disclosed by Michigan's congressional delegation:

Senators

Carl Levin (D): disclosed three trips at a cost of $1,269.

Debbie Stabenow (D): disclosed 16 trips at a cost of $29,150.

Representatives

Dave Camp (R): disclosed five trips at a cost of $32,763.

John Conyers Jr. (D): disclosed three trips at a cost of $2,784.

John Dingell (D): disclosed 11 trips at a cost of $19,294.

Vernon Ehlers (R): disclosed 11 trips at a cost of $16,433.

Pete Hoekstra (R): disclosed 10 trips at a cost of $25,195.

Dale Kildee (D): disclosed three trips at a cost of $3,127.

Carolyn Kilpatrick (D): disclosed six trips at a cost of $22,092.

Joseph Knollenberg (R): disclosed eight trips at a cost of $7,455.

Sander Levin (D): disclosed 16 trips at a cost of $60,553.

Thaddeus McCotter (R): had not filed a trip as of March 31, 2005.

Candice Miller (R): disclosed two trips at a cost of $17,146.

Mike Rogers (R): disclosed two trips at a cost of $2,246.

John Schwarz "Joe" (R): had not filed a trip as of March 31, 2005.

Bart Stupak (D): disclosed eight trips at a cost of $26,936.

Fred Upton (R): disclosed 19 trips at a cost of $40,242.

If you would like more information about congressional trips, go to PoliticalMoneyLine's site.

To compare this information to other states' congressional delegation, go back to the map

Source: PoliticalMoneyLine.com

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