Recent CRS Reports on Congressional Pay and Perks

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Pay and Perquisites of Members of Congress, Including A History of House and Senate Salaries (CongressPay.com)


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Federal Employees: Pension COLAs and Pay Adjustments Since 1969,” by Katelin P. Isaacs, CRS Report 94-971 (13-page PDF PDF)

Salaries of Members of Congress: Congressional Votes, 1990-2011,” by Ida A. Brudnick, CRS Report 97-615 (29-page PDF PDF)

“Salaries of Members of Congress: Recent Actions and Historical Tables,” by Ida A. Brudnick, CRS Report 97-1011 (13-page PDF PDF)

Legislative Branch Staffing, 1954-2007,” by R. Eric Petersen, CRS Report R40056 (13-page PDF PDF)

Legislative Branch: FY2012 Appropriations,” by Ida A. Brudnick, CRS Report R41870 (30-page PDF PDF)

Congressional Salaries and Allowances,” by Ida A. Brudnick, CRS Report RL30064 (16-page PDF PDF)

Retirement Benefits for Members of Congress,” by Katelin P. Isaacs, CRS Report RL30631 (18-page PDF PDF)

Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Officials: Process for Adjusting Pay and Current Salaries,” by Barbara L. Schwemle, CRS Report RL33245 (20-page PDF PDF)

Franking Privilege: Historical Development and Options for Change,” by Matthew Eric Glassman, CRS Report RL34274 (30-page PDF PDF)






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