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In the event, such as Bernie Sanders flying to Washington so he can cast his vote on the proposed bills, who pays for the airfare? Is the taxpayer charged for it or does the person pay it?

Also. there are others planning to fly to Washington for the vote. They are being paid to work. Are they missing votes while away from Washington?

I am not a fan of Clinton or Sanders and I hate to have them spending taxpayer money to go vote on something when they are already missing votes on other issues by not being in Washington where they are paid by taxpayers to be anyway.
 
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You know we can't blatantly do this, my friend. Re-describe or re-package your query without the blatant politics. We must abide by the rules.
 

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Google is your friend. Search on "Congressional travel allowances."

Congresscritters' travel expenses between home and DC are covered while Congress is in session. Travel expenses related to campaigning are not.

And now, to avoid any further reporting of this thread as in violation of Forum Rule #9, it is closed.
 
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