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How much do Representatives and Senators get paid?

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The current salary is $155,100. The only exceptions are the Speaker, who makes over $194,000 and the Majority and Minority Leaders who make approximately $167,000. Every year, Congressmen and Senators get an automatic "cost of living adjustment" - a boost in their salary equal to inflation - unless they vote to deny themselves the raise.
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