H.R.4213 - Unemployment Compensation Extension Act of 2010

To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to extend certain expiring provisions, and for other purposes. view all titles (9)

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  • Short: Tax Extenders Act of 2009 as introduced.
  • Official: To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to extend certain expiring provisions, and for other purposes. as introduced.
  • Short: Tax Extenders Act of 2009 as passed house.
  • Short: American Workers, State, and Business Relief Act of 2010 as passed senate.
  • Short: Satellite Television Extension and Localism Act of 2010 as passed senate.
  • Popular: American Jobs and Closing Tax Loopholes Act of 2010 as introduced.
  • Popular: Unemployment Com- pensation Extension Act of 2010 as introduced.
  • Popular: Unemployment Compensation Extension Act of 2010 as introduced.
  • Short: Unemployment Compensation Extension Act of 2010 as enacted.

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Abaratarrr 07/26/2010 11:53am
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in reply to 5280voter Jul 24, 2010 10:44am

there are some Colorado people on the 1699 bill thread if you go to the comment section of that thread you will find the answers you are looking for were answered last week.

jrhill 07/17/2010 4:24am
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in reply to gramps Jul 16, 2010 12:33pm

they wasted and spent like drunken liberals…. that’s what they did

they HATE the middle-class… they DESPISE the ability of one to work hard and to be successful.. they hate profit and they hate business…

they implemented reckless policies and gave out bad loans to “underprivileged” people who they knew would never be able to pay them back..

they set up the stage to destroy the economy so they could gain power and “FIX” it…

it’s what the statist does, they cannot help themselves.

the truth of the matter is this:

Government RELIES on the Democrat Party and the Democrat Party RELIES off of the Government. They feed off of each other, destroying liberty, free markets and prosperity…

the sooner we realize this, the better off we will be..

They must be stopped in November…. before it is too late

RetiredPublicSafetydotCom 12/16/2009 6:36am
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I saw this and was wondering why is Rep. Rangel introducing a tax relief bill? I looked over the first part of it and it made sense. Then I found the part about increasing the estimated taxes on “certain corporations” from 100.25% to 126.75%!

This bill punishes achievement, just like the IRS Early Retirement Penalty, which Rep. Rangel also supports. It will help to drive “certain corporations” from our country to someplace where they can do business without being punished by the IRS.

It’s not amazing this can be introduced and passed in two (2) days with zero co-sponsors since everyone is focused on unconstitutional government health care. Meanwhile, the FairTax bill (HR 25), which has numerous co-sponsors and would give all corporations incentive to do business in the USA and simplify our taxes as citizens, sits idle.

whatsgoingon 06/24/2010 1:00pm
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These upper crust, Harvard “educated”, whitebread twerps have f*cked with our lives long enough. It’s time for ARMED revolution.

jereme28 07/23/2010 11:07am
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A new Amendment introduced by Rep. Baucus has been passed is ready to be signed for EB. see if your state is eligible.

http://www.ows.doleta.gov/unemploy/claims_arch.asp
michaeldf 07/20/2010 12:23pm
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Yeah It passed…Everyone jump up and down now that we will get our unemployment, what’s sad is that most of you will drop off and go about your life until November. Don’t get me wrong I am greatful for the passage, What concerns me that this bill has so much extra BS in it, thanks Mr Reid. Comments about Jrhill and Republicans just shows how little people understand about where the money is being spent and who is trying to get funding for their pet projects hidden in a bill to " help the unemployed". Even Obama’s press conferance in the rose garden yesterday made me sick, do not believe everything you hear. I think the proper term is “sheeples” become informed and understand how your government and the people who are in it work before making stupid comments. Hey its the American way spend now and have someone else pay the bill…

LEP 07/01/2010 11:17am
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here is a thought instead of the UI regulation in nys of 80% of previous income, how about if it pays you the same or more as your UI benifits then you have to take it no excuses! UI needs reform! needs stricter work search requirements. This is a recession and the 80% of previous income is a JOKE!!! One can look for a better job with more income when the economy bounces back. how about mandatory public service, mandatory job training, Money does not grow on trees and at some point people need to step up. The fact my grandchildren will be paying off this debt is rediculous. The only reason the unemployed lke the dems is becasue the dem’s dont care about funding and all they want are votes. What a great strategic plan by the dems. Becasue the dems also have voted against unempoyment bills. This would have been finished if the dems would have voted for the plans that were payed for. But lets blame the senate and more so lets blame obama.. hell we have to blame someone.

Abaratarrr 07/21/2010 3:44pm
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in reply to mikeqhawaii Jul 21, 2010 10:38am

that was never true, that was a lie that was repeated over and over

chrissy3384 06/24/2010 9:42am
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I DONT UNDERSTAND WHY OBAMA CANT OVER RIDE THIS SHIT AND HELP US OUT!!!!!!!!!!!! PLEASE I HATE BEGGING BUT SOMETHING HAS TO BE DONE!!!!!!!!

bwilsonattechsouth 07/27/2010 11:46am
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in reply to Jax26 Jun 25, 2010 5:59am

President Obama has QUADRUPLED our deficit in just one year of office! Wake up. Sure – Bush spent WAY too much!! But how does that absolve Obama from spending way too much x’s 32??

Star58 06/25/2010 1:57pm
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I really feel sorry for the unemployed Republicans out there. They are taking one for the team. Collateral damage I think they call it. You have to suffer so that the Republican party will win in November. It’s sickening. I would respect them more if the voted the way they really feel instead of what the party wants them to feel. At least some of the Democrats have a backbone. They say this is all for the good of the people. I guess that means the rich. We are just a means to an end.

sstone02 06/25/2010 1:40pm
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I think Abraham Lincoln said it best: “A house divided against itself cannot stand.” And that is exactly what is happening. 9.7% of the American people our unemployed as of June 12th 2010. The U.S. government is suppost to be for the people by the people, and they’re proving to me that they are only for there own agenda. I hope the American people learn from this.

JohnB 06/24/2010 5:16pm
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If unemployment causes people to be lazy, then social security causes people to live longer. Should we cut that too?

Abaratarrr 07/26/2010 11:35am
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in reply to Abaratarrr Jul 26, 2010 11:27am

when you people are making your calls and sending your letters make sure you ask the aids if there congressperson plans to support the republican sponsored unemployment extension that provides a 16 weeks tier 5 for the people that have gone through all of the existing tiers.

Maybe it will start a race to see who can get their tier five on the floor the fastest.

Abaratarrr 07/26/2010 11:27am
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Hell just froze over! the republicans are trying to pass 16 additional weeks of unemployment benefits for the 99ers.

Republicans to “Turn Ninety-Niner Help into 15 Million Votes this November”

http://www.prlog.org/10814032-turn-ninety-niner-help-into-15-million-votes-this-november.html

thank you Jesus

codemoney 06/23/2010 6:01am
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in reply to kozmicblossom Jun 23, 2010 5:08am

From what I have been reading there is no hope of any more extensions.

Abaratarrr 07/21/2010 3:43pm
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in reply to whywasilaidoff Jul 21, 2010 12:12pm

that was never true, that was bad reporting from last night that got repeated over and over by other media outlets.

michaeldf 07/21/2010 3:16pm
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in reply to butterflyangel Jul 21, 2010 2:56pm

go to c-span.org your online????

JoshR 05/31/2010 5:33pm
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in reply to ArmyMedicsWife May 31, 2010 8:09am

That’s an awfully big leap of logic. He stated his is not included in the numbers. You don’t need to go connecting lines where none exist, assuming that its a conspiracy.

Just because he couldn’t file for unemployment doesn’t mean they base the unemployment numbers strictly based on the number of people receiving unemployment checks.

nmeagent 05/27/2010 3:52pm
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“Already long ago, from when we sold our vote to no man, the People have abdicated our duties; for the People who once upon a time handed out military command, high civil office, legions — everything, now restrains itself and anxiously hopes for just two things: bread and circuses”

Juvenal, Satire X

Alant 06/25/2010 7:47am
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in reply to Alant Jun 25, 2010 7:41am

Sorry those were total deaths, not just Americans So US Senate, you might just reach the top after all

Abaratarrr 06/27/2010 7:38am
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in reply to enrico17 Jun 27, 2010 2:19am

Can you please explain how you came to that conclusion being that Wednesday McConnell publicly and procedurally approved of a stand alone unemployment bill by calling for a vote on a stand alone bill that was blocked by Reid?

brokechristine 06/24/2010 4:42pm
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I am just as important as any wall street bank….I have a right to live….Congress didn’t have any problem with the budget until those f’ers at BP decided to douse us in billions of gallons of oil…..Congress is just like upper management ….riding the backs of the working poor- or the now unemployed even more poor….sickening….shameful…..

bwilsonattechsouth 07/27/2010 11:49am
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in reply to loganstorm Jun 25, 2010 6:27am

The Progressive playbook (including both parties) is to divide and conquer. If the people are constantly arguing about who’s at fault, the ruling class can continue to shove chit down our collective throats until we finally choke. It’s up to us to see the bigger picture and do something about it! Vote out anyone and everyone who hasn’t convinced you that spending and taxes MUST be cut dramatically and immediately!

Abaratarrr 06/24/2010 1:13pm
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in reply to Abaratarrr Jun 24, 2010 1:07pm

http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-h4213/comments?comment_id=199778&comment_page=10

its over for us and so is reid’s job in the senate. No way are the people of Nevada going to vote him back in after he screwed everyone over like this.

jrhill 07/20/2010 2:09am
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Don’t worry everybody… Obama is on the job. Along with sending millions of our taxpayer-earned dollars off to Greece and to Hamas he is helping Kenya fund abortions. It’s great to know that our so-called POTUS cares so much about all the unemployed Americans..

Here’s what Obama’s doing with your money — in Kenya!
An investigation by three Republican congressmen has revealed the Obama administration has secretly spent $23 million of U.S. taxpayer dollars in Kenya to fund a “Yes” vote on a constitutional referendum scheduled for Aug. 4 that would increase access to abortions in Kenya and establish legal status for Islamic law tribunals.

duckandcover 07/22/2010 8:18am
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in reply to SonsOfAmerica Jul 22, 2010 5:44am

And BTW. The only thing that destroyed the unions was the unions themselves and the Democraps who jacked up the minimum wages to over $8/hr. Between the two of them big business got smart and started sending jobs anywhere else where they could get less costly labor. End of unions. End of jobs. End of story. For every action the Democraps cook up there is always and equal and opposite reactions. The problem is the dumb voters who keep voting for the dumb Democraps. But the voters will probably never put 2 and 2 together as they have been dumbed down for so long by the Democraps. It is un F-ing believable how lame some folks are. You would think with our modern schools at least a few folks would wise up some day.

Wanda1964 06/25/2010 9:26am
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Ok – I sent this to both my Senators in Ga last night – Thanks Congress for not doing your job and getting down to passing HR 4213 and helping those who need it, and not those you do not. Excuse me for this, but an it makes me think of an old saying “Better to be pissed off than pissed on”. Well if you are unemployed, you are BOTH right now!!! Way to go Congress!!! I am sure you will take another vacation on July 4th – while some of us may have to vacate our homes!!!

I say – call, call, call and remember if there is an “I” in front of their names this November VOTE THEM OUT – I have had it with them ALL !!!

duckandcover 07/22/2010 8:02am
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PART 3 – But the same option applies to anyone; white, black, brown, male, female, young or old. If you work for someone else get used to the fact that you are expendable and government will not suckle you from cradle to grave… not even the Demcraps. Once the November elections have come and gone and they get your bought and paid for votes then they will cut you off same as the Repubs. So, I suggest you wise up between now and then and ask the Democraps and Obama, “Why haven’t you used some of that $780 BILLION to teach folks how to start their own small businesses YET?” Good question huh? Instead they piss it away on worthless “stimulus” programs and pork, and bail outs, and tax credits for house buyers, and you name the jerk off ideas. What a bunch of losers.

duckandcover 07/22/2010 8:02am
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PART 2 – Have any of you unemployed folks who do get the full meal deal ever wondered if it was even a FAIR deal to begin with? Life is a carp shoot when it comes to which votes the Democrats will buy next. And, BTW, there are 8 million jobs sitting out there waiting to be filled by the 8 million plus who have been milking the new 99+ week gig for over two years now. Jobs no unemployment office I know of has ever bothered to tell anyone about. Those jobs are posted down under SMALL BUSINESS OPORTUNITIES. All you have to do is START YOU OWN BUSINESS. That’s what I did. When you hit 50 years of age and nobody will hire you because your medical insurance costs more and because you are over qualified and you are a white male and smarter than 99% of the hiring managers out there then you have little or no option but to get creative and start learning how to become your own boss.


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