Drey Samuelson has been named senior adviser to the chairman, Charles Yi has been named chief counsel and deputy staff director, Marc Jarsulic has been named chief economist, Laura Swanson has been named policy director, Jeff Siegel has been named senior counsel, Erin Barry and Homer Carlisle have been named professional staff members, Glen Sears has been named senior policy adviser, Jana Steenholdt has been named legislative assistant, Catherine Galicia and Lynsey Graham have been promoted to senior counsel, Sam Gilford has been promoted to press secretary and Brett Hewitt has been promoted to legislative assistant for the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee in Washington, D.
What does LA stand for?
LA stands for Legislative Assistant
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- Lead Acid (batteries)
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- Lead Auditor
- Leap Attack (Diablo II game)
- Learning Aptitude
- Left Arm
- Left Atrium (heart chamber)
- Legend Arena (online game)
- Legislative Affairs
- Legislative Assembly
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He previously was a legislative assistant to Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman Blanche Lincoln (D-Ark).
Before joining the Board's staff, he served as chief counsel to the executive director of the Securities and Exchange Commission, as director of communications for the SEC, as the deputy staff director and chief ethics officer for the Senate Banking Committee, and as chief counsel and legislative assistant to Senator Phil Gramm.
Lewis was previously a legislative assistant to Sen.
Pease, a freshman who had never set loot in Africa, became aware of the issue as a result of the efforts of William Goold, his legislative assistant, who had written his senior thesis at Oberlin College on Uganda's economy.
In the past, Broehm served as legislative assistant to Rep.