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H.R.1025 Lower Republican River Basin Study Act, 110th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jun 11, 2008 Indefinitely postponed by Senate by Unanimous Consent.

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  • Committee Assignment: House Committee on Natural Resources

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  • Committee Assignment: House Committee on Natural Resources - Water and Power

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  • Committee Assignment: Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources - Water and Power

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  • This bill's most-recent vote occurred on May 07, 2007, with a roll call of 370 ayes, 1 nays, and 61 not voting.

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    • ContraHour: A Modest Proposal From Martin Armstrong: Abolish The ... - November 24, 2008 by ContraHour - It is the FairTax bill - HR-1025. It eliminates the Income Tax, Corporate Tax, Payroll Tax, Capital Gains Tax, and Estate Tax and replaces it with a 23% enbedded national sales tax on all "new" goods AND services (business-to-consumer ...

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      As noted by ContraHour on November 24, 2008, "It is the FairTax bill - HR-1025. It eliminates the Income Tax, Corporate Tax, Payroll Tax, Capital Gains Tax, and Estate Tax and replaces it with a 23% enbedded national sales tax on all "new" goods AND services (business-to-consumer ..." (http://www.contrahour.com/contrahour/2008/11/a-modest-proposal-from-martin-armstrong-abolish-the-income-tax.html)
    • Let Us Think!: Obama's Position on the Second Amendment - November 07, 2008 by Let Us Think! - United States Senate passage of H.R. 1025, vote 394, 11/20/1993 Joe Biden voted in favor of reckless lawsuits designed to bankrupt the firearms industry. United States Senate, S. 397, vote 219, 07/29/05 ...

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      As noted by Let Us Think! on November 07, 2008, "United States Senate passage of H.R. 1025, vote 394, 11/20/1993 Joe Biden voted in favor of reckless lawsuits designed to bankrupt the firearms industry. United States Senate, S. 397, vote 219, 07/29/05 ..." (http://mczwzthinks.blogspot.com/2008/11/obamas-position-on-second-amendment.html)
    • The Moderate Conservative: Reason 4 of 7 to Vote McCain: The ... - November 01, 2008 by The Moderate Conservative - HR 1025, N, Bill Passed - Senate (63 - 36). 11/17/1993, Prohibiting the Possession of Semi-Automatic Assault Weapons S Amdt 1152, N, Amendment Adopted - Senate (56 - 43). 11/05/1993, Charging Teens as Adults for Crimes Involving a ...

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      As noted by The Moderate Conservative on November 01, 2008, "HR 1025, N, Bill Passed - Senate (63 - 36). 11/17/1993, Prohibiting the Possession of Semi-Automatic Assault Weapons S Amdt 1152, N, Amendment Adopted - Senate (56 - 43). 11/05/1993, Charging Teens as Adults for Crimes Involving a ..." (http://bullmoosegal.blogspot.com/2008/11/reason-4-of-7-to-vote-mccain-second.html)

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    • Re: FairTax: The Big Picture - May 13, 2008 by Tyler Morning Telegraph, TX - First Bill, the actual bill is HR 1025 in the House and S25 in the Senate, not s1025 as you write. If you are so in touch with the legislation I would hope ...

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      As noted by Tyler Morning Telegraph, TX on May 13, 2008, "First Bill, the actual bill is HR 1025 in the House and S25 in the Senate, not s1025 as you write. If you are so in touch with the legislation I would hope ..." (http://www.tylerpaper.com/forum_message/2793t624393g122804i/FRONTPAGE)
    • Healthy separation - February 02, 2008 by Savannah Morning News, GA - HR 1025 must pass both houses of the General Assembly and get voters' approval in a referendum before it can go into effect. Lawmakers should move quickly ...

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      As noted by Savannah Morning News, GA on February 02, 2008, "HR 1025 must pass both houses of the General Assembly and get voters' approval in a referendum before it can go into effect. Lawmakers should move quickly ..." (http://savannahnow.com/node/441276)
    • House approves amendment, extending fight - January 31, 2008 by Walker County Messenger, GA - ... a largely technical matter establishing separate budget offices for the House and Senate, and it is unclear whether HR 1025 will pass the upper chamber. ...

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      As noted by Walker County Messenger, GA on January 31, 2008, "... a largely technical matter establishing separate budget offices for the House and Senate, and it is unclear whether HR 1025 will pass the upper chamber. ..." (http://news.mywebpal.com/news_tool_v2.cfm?show=localnews&pnpID=730&NewsID=873882&CategoryID=19672&on=1)
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