For more than 35 years, the Congress to Campus program (CtC) has allowed former members of Congress to interact with and educate college students about the legislative branch.
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Stallings served Idaho in the House of Representatives from 1985 to 1993.
His congressional tenure included service on the House Agriculture Committee; the Science, Space, and Technology Committee; and the Select Committee on Aging. He was a member of the Congressional Rural Caucus, Conservative Democratic Forum, Rural Health Coalition, Environmental and Energy Study Conference, Nuclear Weapons Facility Study Group, Alcohol Fuels Caucus, Travel and Tourism Caucus, and the Democratic Leadership Council.
Stallings was nominated by President Bill Clinton as the United States Nuclear Waste Negotiator. He served in this position from 1993 until 1995 when the independent federal agency responsible for the placement and long-term storage of nuclear waste was closed.
In 1995, he was selected to be the executive director of Pocatello Neighborhood Housing Services, a position he held until 2003. He also served as president of National Neighborhood Housing Network (NNHN), a trade association of NeighborWorks executive directors that have worked to increase Neighborhood Reinvestment (NR) funding.
During his tenure in Congress, Walsh served as deputy Republican whip from 1994-2006. He was appointed as a member of the powerful House Appropriations Committee, where he served from 1993-2009.
During that time he became chairman of four House Appropriations Subcommittees: District of Columbia; Legislative Branch; VA, HUD and Independent Agencies (NASA, EPA, FEMA, NSF, Selective Service); and Military Quality of Life (included jurisdiction for Military Base Construction, the Defense Health Program, and Housing Accounts) and Veterans Affairs. He also served as ranking Republican member of the Labor, Health and Human Services Subcommittee on Appropriations. Earlier in his career in Congress, Walsh served on the House Agriculture Committee, the Select Committee on Children, Youth and Families and on the House Administration Committee.
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