SPEAKER INDEX    CONTENTS   INSERTS   
ASHCROFT        15  
CONYERS          3     36     37     38     39     40     41     42    101  
               102    103    104    105    106    107    108    109    121  
               122    123  
COVERDELL       10  
DEAR SENATOR COVERDELL    12  
DELAHUNT        49     50     51  
GEKAS           34     43     44     45  
GINGRICH         8  
GOODLATTE       58  
GOODWIN         61  
GRAHAM          68    118  
HANZALEK        82    102  
HYDE             1      3      7      9     12     13     14     15     17  
                19     24     27     32     36     42     43     45     49  
                51     57     58     59     67     71     76     79     82  
                83     85     88     96     98    101    108    109    113  
               118    119    123  
JACKSON LEE    51     52     54     55     56     57     59    119    121  
JONES           76    103    104    105  
JULIAN EPSTEIN   126  
MCCOLLUM        42     43  
MCCONNELL       13     14  
ORR             34     37     42     45     56  
PAUL D. COVERDELL    12  
PEASE           49    114    116    117    118  
POPPER          85    101    105    109    110    115    116    120  
PORTER          19  
SANTORUM        17  
SCOTT           45     47     48    109    110    111    112    113  
STEPHEN D. KEENER    13  
SWANN           25     36     38     41     42     44     46     47     48  
                49     51     52     53  
TEITELL         32     38     39     40     41     48     50     52     55  
THOMAS E. MOONEY   126  
TREMPER         96    101    106    107    108    111    112    113    117  
               118    119    122  

CONTENTS    SPEAKERS   INSERTS   
OPENING STATEMENT OF CHAIRMAN HYDE 
                                                                 PAGE     1

STATEMENT OF HON. NEWT GINGRICH, A REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF GEORGIA, AND 
SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 
                                                                 PAGE     8

STATEMENT OF HON. PAUL COVERDELL, A SENATOR IN CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF GEORGIA 
                                                                 PAGE    10

STATEMENT OF HON. MITCH McCONNELL, A SENATOR IN CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF KENTUCKY 
                                                                 PAGE    13

STATEMENT OF HON. JOHN ASHCROFT, A SENATOR IN CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF MISSOURI 
                                                                 PAGE    15

STATEMENT OF HON. RICK SANTORUM, A SENATOR IN CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA 
                                                                 PAGE    17

STATEMENT OF HON. JOHN EDWARD PORTER, A REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF ILLINOIS 
                                                                 PAGE    19

STATEMENT OF LYNN SWANN, IMMEDIATE PART PRESIDENT, BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF AMERICA
                                                                 PAGE    25

STATEMENT OF CONRAD TEITELL, ESQ., CUMMINGS & LOCKWOOD, ON BEHALF OF THE AMERICAN COUNCIL ON GIFT 
ANNUITIES
                                                                 PAGE    32

STATEMENT OF TERRY ORR, THE ORR CO.
                                                                 PAGE    34

STATEMENT OF ROBERT K. GOODWIN, PRESIDENT AND CEO, THE POINTS OF LIGHTS FOUNDATION
                                                                 PAGE    61

STATEMENT OF JOHN H. GRAHAM, IV, CEO, AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION, ON BEHALF OF THE AMERICAN 
SOCIETY OF ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVES AND THE NATIONAL COALITION FOR VOLUNTEER PROTECTION
                                                                 PAGE    67

STATEMENT OF DR. THOMAS L. JONES, MANAGING DIRECTOR, WASHINGTON OFFICE, HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
                                                                 PAGE    76

 STATEMENT OF FRED HANZALEK, CONNECTICUT STATE COORDINATOR, ON BEHALF OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 
                                                                 PAGE    82

STATEMENT OF PROF. ANDREW F. POPPER, AMERICAN UNIVERSITY, WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF LAW
                                                                 PAGE    85

STATEMENT OF CHARLES TREMPER, J.D., PH.D., SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF HOMES 
AND SERVICES FOR THE AGING, AND FOUNDER, NONPROFIT RISK MANAGEMENT CENTER
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