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Representative C. L. Otter


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Third-Party Descriptions

March 2004: Republican member of the House of Representatives from Idaho.

http://www.nytimes.com/2004/03/17/politics/17HEAL.htm

Relationships

RoleNameTypeLast Updated
Organization Head/Leader (past or present) Idaho (State Government) Organization Feb 4, 2011
Member of (past or present) Republican Party (U.S.) / Republican National Committee Organization Feb 4, 2011
Member of (past or present) US House of Representatives Organization Feb 4, 2011

Articles and Resources

Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at:
Apr 05, 2011 More Pupils Are Learning Online, Fueling Debate on Quality

QUOTE: But critics say online education is really driven by a desire to spend less on teachers and buildings, especially as state and local budget crises force deep cuts to education. They note that there is no sound research showing that online courses at the K-12 level are comparable to face-to-face learning… Skeptics say online courses are a stealthy way to cut corners.

New York Times
Feb 01, 2011 States Diverge on How to Deal With Health Care Ruling

QUOTE: in a few states that are party to the litigation, Republican governors and attorneys general declared the expansive health care law effectively null as a result of the judge’s ruling. They suggested they would suspend planning and implementation until appeals courts could rule...

New York Times
Jul 29, 2008 Air tanker drops in wildfires are often just for show (Big Burn - Wildfire in the West Part 2 of 5)

QUOTE: Fire commanders say they are often pressured to order planes and helicopters into action on major fires even when the aircraft won't do any good. Such pressure has resulted in needless and costly air operations, experienced fire managers said in interviews.

Los Angeles Times
Mar 17, 2004 Inquiry Ordered on Medicare Official's Charge

QUOTE: Tommy G. Thompson, secretary of health and human services, ordered an internal investigation on Tuesday into accusations that the Bush administration had threatened to fire a top Medicare official if he gave data to Congress showing the high cost of the legislation that created prescription drug benefits for the elderly.

New York Times