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Louis Fisher, Fellowship Mentor

Senior Specialist in the Government and Finance Division, Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress,


Advisee(s): Jasmine Farrier   

Louis Fisher is a Senior Specialist in the Government and Finance Division of the Congressional Research Service of the Library of Congress. He is an expert on the budgeting processes of the United States government. His books include Presidential War Power, Constitutional Conflicts Between Congress and the President, and Presidential Spending Power. He appeared before the House of Representatives Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence in 1994 to discuss "Public Disclosure of the Aggregate Intelligence Budget Figure." In 2004 he submitted a declaration for the case Steven Aftergood v. Central Intelligence Agency.


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