February 28, 2015

Free Trips

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| 2/1/2006
Members of Congress took more than $19-million worth of free trips between 2000 and 2005, many of them to Florida. Eight Florida cities were among the top 25 U.S. destinations for lawmakers traveling on the dime of private organizations.
DestinationNumber
of TripsRankAmount
SpentMiami1207$269,831Orlando9510$176,654Fort Lauderdale8611$190,066Aventura8314$248,005Naples6215$156,963Boca Raton6117$180,363Jacksonville4921$63,928Palm Beach4224$84,552Source: PoliticalMoneyLine

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