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Boehner's first chief of staff from 1991 to 2001, as well as executive director of the House Republican Conference during Boehner's tenure as chairman from 1995 until 1999.
Boehner noted that as he's tried to work with the president, keeping the trust of the House Republican Conference has been just as challenging.
who was term-limited by House Republican Conference rules.
The PAC run by House Minority Whip Eric Cantor of Virginia received $2,500 and the PAC of House Republican Conference Chairman Mike Pence received $1,000.
But GOP leaders found a way to oppose these ideas: As long as Obama supports allowing Bush-era tax cuts on the wealthy to expire, said House Republican Conference Secretary John Carter, the president's proposals are "like a carjacker offering taxi fare before he rides off in your car.
He served on the House Rules Committee and was chair of the House Republican Conference.
Senator Gregg's $3,000-per-household number comes from a widely distributed March 24 House Republican Conference press release, using calculations based upon an MIT study on cap-and-trade economics.
Republicans in the House and Senate, with some degree of cooperation and collaboration, are going to challenge the assumptions and content in President Obama's budget and offer alternatives," said House Republican Conference Chairman Mike Pence (Ind.