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Rick Boucher

Frederick C. Boucher (b. August 1, 1946) is serving his eleventh term in the U.S. House of Representatives. He represents the Ninth Congressional District of Virginia, and is a member of several committees and has been an Assistant Whip since 1985.

Congressman Boucher has been active on Internet-related items; he originated the House Internet Caucus and is currently its co-chairman. He also created the DMCRA (Digital Media Consumer's Rights Act) legislation and co-authored the Anti-SPAM Act of 2003.

Rick Boucher was born in Abingdon, Virginia and was educated at Roanoke College and the University of Virginia.

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