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House Concurrent Resolution 182

Expressing the sense of Congress with respect to child custody, child abuse, and victims of domestic and family violence. (Introduced in the House)

HCON 182 IH - 105th CONGRESS - First Session - H. CON. RES. 182

Expressing the sense of Congress with respect to child custody, child abuse, and victims of domestic and family violence.





IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
October 30, 1997

Mrs. MORELLA (for herself, Mr. SCHUMER, Mr. DAVIS of Virginia, Mrs. JOHNSON of Connecticut, Ms. FURSE, Ms. CARSON, Mr. VENTO, Mr. LAFALCE, Mr. STARK, Mr. FROST, Mr. PAYNE, Mr. HINCHEY, and Mr. SANDERS) submitted the following concurrent resolution; which was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary

CONCURRENT RESOLUTION

Expressing the sense of Congress with respect to child custody, child abuse, and victims of domestic and family violence.

Whereas domestic violence has serious detrimental effects on children, even when they do not directly witness such violence;

Whereas courts still hold women to higher standards of conduct than they do men;

Whereas gender bias still exists within the courts, particularly those making and affecting child custody determinations;

Whereas gender bias has long existed and still exists within the mental health system;

Whereas, as a result of this gender bias, many myths are that women make false allegations of domestic violence or child abuse, and most particularly of child sexual abuse, during divorce and custody proceedings;

Whereas false accusations by women are in fact rare, occurring no more often than do other false reports of crimes, such as bank robbery;

Whereas the myth that women make false accusations is so widely believed that many child protective service agents have policies of not bothering to investigate such allegations when made during the pendency of divorce or custody proceedings or only superficially investigate such allegations;

Whereas there are many myths that fathers are discriminated against in custody proceedings, even though studies show that fathers fighting for custody actually win sole custody or joint custody in 40 to 70 percent of these disputes;

Whereas the American Psychological Association's Presidential Task Force on Violence and the Family has found in a 1996 Presidential Report that Congress views as authoritative on questions of domestic violence, child abuse, and custody determination that--

(1) fathers who abuse their children's mothers are more likely to dispute custody and visitation than are fathers who are not violent;

(2) there is no reliable data to support the phenomenon of `parental alienation' syndrome, although courts and custody evaluators frequently use that term and other inappropriate terms to discount the children's fear in hostile and psychologically abusive situations; and

(3) psychological evaluators not trained in domestic violence ignore or minimize the violence and give inappropriate pathological labels to women's responses to chronic victimization, including `parental alienation' to blame mothers for their children's reasonable fear or anger toward their violent fathers.

Whereas many courts and professionals use the baseless parental alienation syndrome to force mothers into joint or shared parenting arrangements or to give custody to fathers, especially when mothers try to protect themselves or their children from men who abuse them or their children;

Whereas almost every custody evaluator or judge recognizes how important familiar routines and objects are to a child, particularly in times of stress, but often fails to recognize the importance for the child of maintaining its living arrangement with the child's primary caretaker parent;

Whereas Congress never intended that the Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act be used--

(1) to encourage forcing shared parenting arrangements when it is not in the child's best interest;

(2) to prohibit an abused or protective parent from protecting themselves or their child;

(3) as a tool to punish a parent, without regard for the needs of the child, by removing physical custody of a child from a fit abused or protective parent; or

(4) as a tool to punish abused or protective parents who act to protect themselves or their children;

Whereas when there is domestic or family violence or major discord between the parents, shared parenting arrangements, couples counseling, or mediation arrangements only exacerbate the difficulties of the children and give the abusive parent more tools with which to victimize the other members of the family;

Whereas children who grow up not seeing abusive parents clearly held accountable for their abuse are reinforced in believing that domestic and family violence are socially acceptable and effective means of behavior; and

Whereas every State has legislation or judicial decisions that base its custody determinations on what is in the best interests of the child: Now, therefore, be it

Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That it is the sense of Congress that--

(1) for purposes of determining child custody, it is in the best interest of children to have a presumption that children should have their main physical residence with their primary caretaker parent unless that parent is unfit;

(2) for purposes of determining child custody, it is not in the best interest of children to--

(A) force parents to share custody over the objection of one or both parents or when there is a history of domestic or family violence;

(B) punish abused or protective parents who protect themselves or their children;

(C) presume that allegations of domestic and family violence are likely to be made falsely or for tactical advantage during custody and divorce proceedings; and

(D) make `friendly parent' provisions a factor when there is abuse by one parent against the other or a child;

(3) child abuse and child sexual abuse allegations should be fully and impartially investigated regardless of when they are raised or whether the child has recanted the allegation;

(4) States should be far more protective of victims of domestic and family violence in custody and visitation determinations and not order mediation, couples counseling, shared custody, mutual orders of protection, unsupervised visitation, or other measures when they may endanger victims of domestic and family violence; and

(5) States should provide training in domestic violence and child abuse, as they impact custody, child support and visitation determinations, to all professionals who interact with children and parents (including judges, attorneys, guardians ad litem, therapists, mental health professionals, custody evaluators, child protective services personnel, and court appointed special advocates).

--end text of concurrent resolution--

Contact information:

Note: where available, multiple district addresses have been included, as well as telephone no., fax no., email address, and web page urls. Information was obtained via Juan Cabanela's web site ( http://www.visi.com/juan/congress/ ).

105TH Congress COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY 2138 Rayburn House Office Building Washington, D.C. 20515 (202) 225-3951 http://www.house.gov/judiciary/mem105.htm --

 MR. HYDE (ILLINOIS), CHAIRMAN
 Henry Hyde
 Illinois' 6th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 2110 Rayburn House Office Building
 Washington, D.C. 20515-1315
 Tel: (202) 225-4561
 Fax: 202-225-1166
 Personal Web Page:
 http://www.house.gov/hyde/welcome.htm
 Home State Contact Info:
 50 E. Oak St., Suite 200
 Addison, IL 60101
 (630) 832-5950
 
 House Judiciary Members:
 
 Mr. Sensenbrenner (Wisconsin)
 F. James Sensenbrenner, Jr.
 Wisconsin's 9th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 2332 Rayburn House Office Building
 Washington, D.C. 20515-4909
 Tel: (202) 225-5101
 Fax: 202-225-3190
 sensen09@mail.house.gov
 Personal Web Page:
 http://www.house.gov/sensenbrenner/welcome.html
 Home State Contact Info:
 120 Bishops Way, Room 154
 Brookfield, WI 53005
 Telephone: (414) 784-1111
 Outside the Milwaukee Metro calling area, toll-free
 HOTLINE number: 1-800-242-1119.
 
 Mr. Conyers (Michigan), Ranking
 John Conyers, Jr.
 Michigan's 14th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 2426 Rayburn House Office Building
 Washington, DC 20515
 Ph: 202-225-5126
 Fax: 202-225-0072
 jconyers@hr.house.gov
 Personal Web Page:
 http://www.house.gov/conyers/welcome.html
 Home State Contact Info:
 669 Federal Building
 231 West Lafayette
 Detroit, MI 48226
 Ph: 313-961-5670
 Fax: 313-226-8085
 
 Mr. McCollum (Florida)
 Bill McCollum
 Florida's 8th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 2266 Rayburn House Office Building
 Washington, DC 20515
 Tel: (202) 225-2176
 Fax: (202) 225-0999
 Personal Web Page:
 http://www.house.gov/mccollum/
 Email: bill.mccollum@mail.house.gov
 Home State Contact Info:
 Suite 650
 605 East Robinson Street
 Orlando, FL 32801
 (407) 872-1962
 Fax: (407) 872-1944
 
 Mr. Frank (Massachusetts)
 Barney Frank
 Massachusett's 4th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 2210 Rayburn H.O.B.
 Washington, DC 20515-2104
 Tel: (202) 225-5931
 Fax: 202-225-0182
 Personal Web Page:
 http://www.house.gov/frank/welcome.htm
 Home State Contact Info:
 29 Crafts Street
 Newton, MA 02158
 (617) 332-3920
 558 Pleasant Street
 Room 309
 New Bedford, MA 02740
 (508) 999-6462
 222 Milliken Place
 Third Floor
 Fall River, MA 02721
 (508) 674-3551
 89 Main Street
 Bridgewater, MA 02324
 (508) 697-9403
 
 Mr. Gekas (Pennsylvania)
 George W. Gekas
 Pennsylvania's 17th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 2410 Rayburn House Office Building
 Washington, DC 20515-2817
 Phone: 202-225-4315
 Fax: 202-225-8440
 Personal Web Page:
 http://www.house.gov/gekas/
 Home State Contact Info:
 Harrisburg Area District Office:
 Second Floor, 3605 Vartan Way
 Harrisburg, PA 17110-9335
 Phone: 717-541-5507
 Fax: 717-541-5518
 Lancaster County District Office:
 Suite 102-A, 222 South Market Street
 Elizabethtown, PA 17022-2447
 Phone: 800-210-0206
 Fax: 717-367-6602
 Lebanon County District Office:
 108 B Municipal Building, 400 South 8th Street
 Lebanon, PA 17042-6794
 Phone: 717-273-1451
 Fax: 717-273-1673
 
 Mr. Schumer (New York)
 Charles E. Schumer
 New York's 9th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 Room 2211
 Rayburn Office Building
 Washington, DC 20515
 Tel: (202) 225-6616
 Fax: 202-225-4183
 Personal Web Page:
 http://www.nydems.org/elected/schumer.html
 Home State Contact Info:
 1628 Kings Highway
 Brooklyn, NY 11229
 Tel: 718-627-9700
 
 Mr. Coble (North Carolina)
 Howard Coble
 North Carolina's 6th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 Tel: 202-225-3065
 Fax: 202-225-8611
 Email: CobleNC6@hr.house.gov
 Home State Contact Info:
 Tel: 910-333-5005
 
 Mr. Berman (California)
 Howard L. Berman
 California's 26th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 2231 Rayburn House Office Building
 Washington, DC, 20515
 Phone: (202) 225-4695
 Fax: 202-225-5279
 Personal Web Page:
 http://www.house.gov/berman/
 Home State Contact Info
 10200 Sepulveda Blvd., #300
 Mission Hills, CA., 91345
 Phone: (818) 891-0543
 
 Mr. Smith (Texas)
 Lamar S. Smith
 Texas' 21st Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 Phone: 202-225-4236
 Fax: 202-225-8628
 Personal Web Page:
 http://www.house.gov/lamarsmith/
 Email: lamars@mail.house.gov
 Home State Contact Info
 Tel: 210-821-5024
 
 Mr. Boucher (Virginia)
 Rick Boucher
 Virginia's 9th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 2329 Rayburn House Office Building
 Washington, DC 20515
 (202) 225-3861
 (202) 225-0442 FAX
 Personal Web Page:
 http://www.house.gov/boucher/
 Email: ninthnet@hr.house.gov
 Home State Contact Info
 188 East Main Street
 Abingdon, Virginia 24210
 (540) 628-1145
 (540) 628-2203 FAX
 311 Shawnee Avenue East
 Big Stone Gap, Virginia 24219
 (540) 523-5450
 (540) 523-1412 FAX
 P.O. Box 1268
 Pulaski, Virginia 24301
 (540) 980-4310
 (540) 980-0529 FAX
 
 Mr. Schiff (New Mexico)
 Steven Schiff
 New Mexico's 1st Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 2404 Rayburn House Office Building
 Washington, D.C. 20515
 202-225-6316
 Fax: 202-225-4975
 Personal Web Page:
 http://www.house.gov/schiff/
 Home State Contact Info
 625 Silver Ave. SW, Suite 140
 Albuquerque, NM 87102
 505-766-2538
 
 Mr. Nadler (New York)
 Jerrold Nadler
 New York's 8th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 2448 Rayburn HOB
 Washington D.C. 20515
 Tel: 202-225-5635
 Fax: 202-225-6923
 Personal Web Page:
 http://www.house.gov/nadler/
 Email: jerrold.nadler@mail.house.gov
 Home State Contact Info:
 Manhattan:
 11 Beach Street, Suite 910
 New York, NY 10013
 Tel: (212) 334-3207
 Brooklyn:
 532 Neptune Avenue
 Brooklyn, NY 11224
 (718) 373-3198
 
 Mr. Gallegly (California)
 Elton Gallegly
 California's 23rd Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 Office of Congressman Elton Gallegly
 2427 Rayburn House Office Building
 Washington, D.C. 20515-0523
 Phone: (202) 225-5811
 Fax: 202-225-1100
 Personal Web Page:
 http://www.house.gov/gallegly/
 Home State Contact Info
 Office of Congressman Elton Gallegly
 300 Esplanade Drive, Suite 1800
 Oxnard, California 93030-1262
 Phone: (805) 485-2300 or
 Toll Free:(800) 423-0023
 
 Mr. Scott (Virginia)
 Robert C. Scott
 Virginia's 3rd Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 Phone: 202-225-8351
 Fax: 202-225-8354
 Home State Contact Info
 Phone: 757-380-1000
 
 Canady (Florida)
 Charles T. Canady
 Florida's 12th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 2432 Rayburn House Office Building
 Washington, DC 20515
 Tel: (202) 225-1252
 Fax: 202-225-2279
 Personal Web Page:
 http://www.house.gov/canady/
 Email: Rep.Charles.Canady@mail.house.gov
 Home State Contact Info
 Marble Arcade Building
 129 South Kentucky Avenue
 Suite 910
 Lakeland, FL 33801
 Tel: (941) 688-2654, 688-2651
 
 Mr. Watt (North Carolina)
 Mel Watt
 North Carolina's 12th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 Tel: 202-225-1510
 Fax: 202-225-1512
 Personal Web Page:
 http://www.house.gov/watt/
 Email: melmail@hr.house.gov , nc12.public@mail.house.gov
 Home State Contact Info
 CHARLOTTE
 324 N. College Street
 Suite 201
 Charlotte, NC 28202
 Tel: 704-344-9950
 Fax (704) 344-9971
 DURHAM
 315 East Chapel Hill Street
 Suite 202
 Durham, NC 27701
 Telephone (919) 688-3004
 Fax (919) 688-0940
 GREENSBORO
 301 S. Greene Street
 Suite 210
 Greensboro, NC 27401
 Telephone (910) 379-9403
 Fax (910) 379-9429
 
 Mr. Inglis (South Carolina)
 Bob Inglis
 South Carolina's 4th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 Tel: 202-225-6030
 Fax: 202-226-1177
 Home State Contact Info
 864-232-1141
 
 Ms. Lofgren (California)
 Zoe Lofgren
 California's 16th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 318 Cannon Building
 Washington, D.C. 20515
 Phone: 202-225-3072
 Fax: 202-225-3336
 Personal Web Page:
 http://www.house.gov/lofgren/
 Email: zoegram@lofgren.house.gov
 Home State Contact Info
 635 North 1st Street, Suite B
 San Jose, CA 95112
 Phone: 408-271-8700
 
 Mr. Goodlatte (Virginia)
 Bob Goodlatte
 Virginia's 6th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 123 Cannon House Office Building
 Washington, DC 20515
 (202) 225-5431
 (202) 225-9681 FAX
 Personal Web Page:
 http://www.house.gov/goodlatte/
 Email: talk2bob@mail.house.gov
 Home State Contact Info
 Roanoke Office:
 10 Franklin Road, SE
 540 Crestar Plaza
 Roanoke, VA 24011
 (540) 857-2672
 (540) 857-2675 FAX
 Lynchburg Office:
 916 Main Street
 Suite 300
 Lynchburg, VA 24504
 (804) 845-8306
 (804)845-8245 FAX
 Staunton Office:
 114 North Central Avenue
 Staunton, VA 24401
 (540) 885-3861
 (540) 885-3930 FAX
 Harrisonburg Office:
 2 South Main Street
 Suite A, First Floor
 Harrisonburg, VA 22801
 (540) 432-2391
 (540) 432-6593 FAX
 
 Ms. Jackson Lee (Texas)
 Sheila Jackson Lee
 Texas' 18th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 1520 Longworth House Office Building
 Washington, D.C. 20515
 Phone: (202) 225-3816
 Fax: (202) 225-3317
 Personal Web Page:
 http://www.house.gov/jacksonlee/
 Email: tx18@lee.house.gov
 Home State Contact Info
 Houston Offices
 The Mickey Leland Federal Building
 1919 Smith Street, Suite 1180
 Houston, Texas 77002
 Phone: (713) 655-0050
 Fax: (713) 655-1612
 Acres Home
 6719 West Montgomery Road
 Room 204
 Houston, Texas 77091
 Phone: (713) 691-4882
 Heights Office (New)
 420 West 19th Street
 Houston, Texas 77008
 Phone: (713) 861-4070
 
 Mr. Buyer (Indiana)
 Stephen E. Buyer
 Indianna's 5th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 326 Cannon HOB
 Washington, DC 20515
 (202) 225-5037
 Fax: 202-225-2267
 Personal Web Page:
 http://www.house.gov/buyer/
 Home State Contact Info
 Kokomo, IN
 215 W Sycamore Street
 Kokomo, IN 46901
 (765) 454-7551
 Monticello, IN
 100 S Main Street
 Monticello, IN 47960
 (219) 583-9819
 
 Ms. Waters (California)
 Maxine Waters
 California's 35th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 2344 Rayburn House Office Building
 Washington, D.C. 20515
 Phone: 202-225-2201
 Fax: 202-225-7854
 Personal Web Page:
 http://www.house.gov/waters/
 Home State Contact Info
 10124 S. Broadway
 Suite 1
 Los Angeles, CA 90003
 Phone: 213-757-8900
 
 Mr. Bono (California)
 Sonny Bono
 California's 44th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 Phone: 202-225-5330
 Fax: 202-225-2961
 Personal Web Page:
 http://www.house.gov/waters/
 Home State Contact Info
 PALM SPRINGS STAFF
 1555 S. Palm Canyon
 #G101
 Palm Springs, CA 92264
 Tel: (760) 320-1076
 Fax: (760) 320-0596
 MORENO VALLEY STAFF
 11401 Heacock Street, Suite 340
 First Floor
 Moreno Valley, CA 92557
 Tel: 909-485-4827
 Fax: 909-485-4897
 HEMET VALLEY
 1600 East Florida Avenue #306
 Hemet, CA 92544
 Tel: 909-658-2312
 Fax: 909-652-2562
 
 Mr. Meehan (Massachusetts)
 Martin T. Meehan
 Massachusetts' 5th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 U.S. House of Representatives
 2434 Rayburn House Office Building
 Washington, DC 20515
 Tel: (202) 225-3411
 Fax: (202) 226-0771
 Personal Web Page:
 http://www.house.gov/meehan/
 Email: mtmeehan@hr.house.gov
 Home State Contact Info
 Lowell District Office
 11 Kearney Square
 Lowell, MA 01852
 Tel: (508) 459-0101
 Fax: (508) 459-1907
 Lawrence District Office
 Bay State Building
 11 Lawrence Street - Suite 703
 Lawrence, MA 01840
 Tel: (508) 681-6200
 Fax: (508) 682-6070
 Marlborough District Office
 Walker Building
 255 Main Street, Room 104
 Marlborough, MA 01752
 Tel: (508) 460-9292
 Fax: (508) 460-6869
 
 Mr. Bryant (Tennessee)
 Ed Bryant
 Tennessee's 7th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 408 Cannon HOB
 Washington, DC 20037-4207
 (202) 225-2811
 Fax: 202-225-2989
 Personal Home Page:
 http://www.house.gov/bryant/
 Home State Contact Info
 Memphis
 5909 Shelby Oaks Drive
 Suite 213
 Memphis, TN 38134
 (901) 382-5811
 Clarksville
 330 North Second Street
 Suite 111
 Clarksville, TN 37040-3210
 (615) 503-0391
 Columbia
 810 1/2 South Garden Street
 Columbia, TN 38401-8100
 (615) 381-8100
 
 Mr. Delahunt (Massachusetts)
 William D. Delahunt
 Massachusetts' 10th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 Tel: 202-225-3111
 Fax: 202-225-5658
 Email: william.delahunt@mail.house.gov
 Home State Contact Info
 Tel: 617-770-3700
 
 Mr. Chabot (Ohio)
 Steve Chabot
 Ohio's 1st Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 Tel: 202-225-2216
 Fax: 202-225-3012
 Home State Contact Info:
 Tel: 513-684-2723
 
 Mr. Wexler (Florida)
 Robert Wexler
 Florida's 19th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 Tel: 202-225-3001
 Fax: 202-225-5974
 Email: robert.wexler@mail.house.gov
 Home State Contact Info:
 Tel: 561-988-6302
 
 Mr. Barr (Georgia)
 Bob Barr
 Georgia's 7th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 1130 Longworth House Office Building
 Washington, D.C. 20515-4611
 Phone: (202) 225-2931
 Fax: (202) 225-2944
 Personal Home Page:
 http://www.house.gov/barr/
 Home State Contact Info:
 CARROLLTON OFFICE
 Carroll County Admin. Bldg.
 423 College Street, Suite B, Room 503
 Carrollton, Georgia 30117
 Phone: (770) 836-1776
 Fax: (770) 838-0436
 LAGRANGE OFFICE
 200 Ridley Avenue
 LaGrange, Georgia 30240
 Phone: (706) 812-1776
 Fax: (706) 885-9019
 MARIETTA OFFICE
 999 Whitlock Avenue, Suite 13
 Marietta, Georgia 30064
 Phone: (770) 429-1776
 Fax: (770) 795-9551
 ROME OFFICE
 600 East First Street, Suite 301
 Rome, Georgia 30161
 Phone: (706) 290-1776
 Fax: (706) 232-7864
 
 Mr. Rothman (New Jersey)
 Steven R. Rothman
 New Jersey's 9th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 1607 Longworth House Office Building
 Washington, D.C. 20515
 Voice: 202/225-5061
 Fax: 202/225-5851
 Personal Home Page:
 http://www.house.gov/rothman/
 Email: steven.rothman@mail.house.gov
 Home State Contact Info:
 Bergen County
 Court Plaza North
 25 Main Street
 Hackensack, NJ 07601-7089
 Voice: 201/646-0808
 Fax: 201/646-1944
 Hudson County
 30 Central Avenue
 Jersey City, NJ 07306-2118
 Voice: 201/798-1366
 Fax: 201/798-1725
 
 Mr. Jenkins (Tennessee)
 William L. Jenkins
 Tennessee's 1st Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 Tel: 202-225-6356
 Fax: 202-225-5714
 Email: bill.jenkins@mail.house.gov
 Home State Contact Info:
 Tel: 423-247-8161
 
 Mr. Hutchinson (Arkansas)
 Asa Hutchinson
 Arkansas' 3rd Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 1535 Longworth House Office Building
 Washington, D.C. 20515
 (202)225-4301
 Fax: 202-225-5713
 Personal Web Page:
 http://www.house.gov/hutchinson/
 Email: Asa.Hutchinson@mail.house.gov
 Home State Contact Info:
 30 South 6th, Room 248
 Fort Smith,Arkansas 72901
 501-782-7787
 35 East Mountain Street,
 Room 423
 Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701
 501-442-5258
 402 N. Walnut, Suite 210
 Harrison, Arkansas 72601
 870-741-6900
 
 Mr. Pease (Indiana)
 Edward A. Pease
 Indianna's 7th Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 Tel: 202-225-5805
 Fax: 202-225-1649
 Email: pease@mail.house.gov
 Home State Contact Info:
 Tel: 812-238-1619
 
 Mr. Cannon (Utah)
 Chris Cannon
 Utah's 3rd Congressional District
 Washington Contact Info:
 Tel: 202-225-7751
 Fax: 202-225-5629
 Personal Home Page:
 http://www.chriscannon.org/
 Email: cannon.ut03@mail.house.gov
 Home State Contact Info:
 Tel: 801-397-2500
 
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