From The Topeka Capital-Journal:
"U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts attended slightly more than one-third of Senate Agriculture Committee meetings during the past 15 years of his political career in Washington, D.C, federal records showed Monday.
The three-term Republican from Dodge City serves on the committee responsible for farm, nutrition and forestry issues, as well as Senate committees devoted to health, education, labor and finance topics.
Documents related to committee attendance available from the U.S. Government Printing Office showed Roberts was present for 35.5 percent, or 71 of 201, of the agriculture committee's sessions from 2000 to 2014."
According to government records, Senator Roberts skipped 65% of his Senate Agriculture Committee hearings. So, two-thirds of the time in Washington -- where he lives -- he wasn’t doing the work Kansans elected him and pay him to do.
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