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Rep. Bob Carr (D-Mich.) was elected chairman of the Congressional Arts Caucus Wednesday. Carr has been a member of the caucus since 1983 and is a longtime supporter of the arts. About 200 members of the House and Senate belong to the bipartisan group that promotes the arts and monitors legislation that could affect them.

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