|Series||Report / -- 101st Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives ; -- 101-610.|
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Get this from a library! In the matter of Representative Barney Frank: report of the Committee on Standards of Official Conduct, U.S. House of Representatives.. [United States. Congress. House. Committee on Standards of Official Conduct.]. The House agreed to H. Res. , in the matter of Representative Barney Frank. The House failed to agree to H. Res. , on the expulsion of Representative Barney Frank. Summary of - st Congress (): In the matter of Representative Barney Frank. In a survey conducted by Washingtonian magazine, Barney Frank was rated the smartest, funniest, and most eloquent member of Congress. A mainstay in the House of Representatives since , he has come to be known for his talent as a legislator, his zeal for verbal combat, his imposing intellect, and a quick wit that both disarms and entertains other s:
Rep. Barney Frank shows emotion at a ceremony in December when President Obama signed the "don't ask, don't tell" repeal legislation . Visit Frank’s Website» Head over to Rep. Barney Frank’s website. If you are having a problem with a government agency, look for a contact link for casework to submit a request for help. Otherwise, look for a phone number on that website to call his office if you have a question. In a survey conducted by Washingtonian magazine, Barney Frank was rated the smartest, funniest, and most eloquent member of Congress. A mainstay in the House of Representatives since , he has come to be known for his talent as a legislator, his zeal for verbal combat, his imposing intellect, and a quick wit that both disarms and entertains other lawmakers. Barney Frank served as U.S. congressman from Massachusetts from to This article has been excerpted from FRANK by Barney Frank, published this month by Farrar, Straus and Giroux, LLC.
The personal is political in Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank's portrait. In , Frank became the first sitting Representative in a same-sex marriage, and his portrait includes his wedding band and tie. The rainbow and American flags in the background allude to his longtime support of gay rights and public service. Congressional directories from his first and last years of. Barney Frank’s journey to Washington began about miles to the north in Bayonne, New Jersey, a petrochemical industrial working-class city just across the Hudson River from Manhattan. He was born Ma BT (that’s eleven years Before the Turnpike opened). Named Barnett after his paternal grandfather, he was called Barney by everyone. FRANK, Barney, a Representative from Massachusetts; born in Bayonne, Hudson County, N.J., Ma ; graduated from Bayonne High School, Bayonne, N.J., ; A.B., Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., ; graduate work in political science and teaching fellow in government, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., ; J.D., Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Mass., ; staff, . Debate on Recommendation to Censure In this excerpt, the House debates the Ethics Committee recommendation that Rep. Barney Frank be reprimanded by the