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H.R.1881 Expanding the Promise for Individuals With Autism Act of 2007, 110th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Apr 18, 2007 Referred to the Subcommittee on Health.

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    • H.R.1826: Fair Elections Now Act - U.S. Congress - OpenCongress - March 31, 2009 by Open Congress : House Administration -... - OpenCongress Summary. This bill would establish a public funding system for House elections and outlines eligibility and contribution requirements, as well as prohibitions such as those on joint fundraising committees. The same system put forth in S.752 ..

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      As noted by Open Congress : House Administration -... on March 31, 2009, "OpenCongress Summary. This bill would establish a public funding system for House elections and outlines eligibility and contribution requirements, as well as prohibitions such as those on joint fundraising committees. The same system put forth in S.752 .." (http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-h1826/show)
    • H.R.1826: Fair Elections Now Act - U.S. Congress - OpenCongress - March 31, 2009 by Open Congress : House Administration -... - OpenCongress Summary. This bill would establish a public funding system for House elections and outlines eligibility and contribution requirements, as well as prohibitions such as those on joint fundraising committees. The same system put forth in S.752 ..

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      As noted by Open Congress : House Administration -... on March 31, 2009, "OpenCongress Summary. This bill would establish a public funding system for House elections and outlines eligibility and contribution requirements, as well as prohibitions such as those on joint fundraising committees. The same system put forth in S.752 .." (http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-h1826/show)
    • Barack Obama Agenda| Barack Obama Famous Quotes on Health Care ... - November 29, 2008 by Barack Obama Agenda - Directs the Comptroller General to issue a report on the financing of autism services and treatments. Source: Promise for Individuals With Autism Act (S.937 & HR.1881) 07-HR1881 on Apr 17, 2007 ...

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      As noted by Barack Obama Agenda on November 29, 2008, "Directs the Comptroller General to issue a report on the financing of autism services and treatments. Source: Promise for Individuals With Autism Act (S.937 & HR.1881) 07-HR1881 on Apr 17, 2007 ..." (http://www.obamaagenda.com/obama-writen-articles/barack-obama-famous-quotes-on-health-care.html)

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    • For the Record - April 23, 2008 by Brooklyn Daily Eagle, NY - The bill, The Expanding the Promise for Individuals with Autism Act (HR 1881), would provide $350 million for additional treatment and support resources, ...

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      As noted by Brooklyn Daily Eagle, NY on April 23, 2008, "The bill, The Expanding the Promise for Individuals with Autism Act (HR 1881), would provide $350 million for additional treatment and support resources, ..." (http://www.brooklyneagle.com/categories/category.php?category_id=31&id=20113)
    • Reps. Smith and Doyle, Autism Society of America Push Landmark ... - March 31, 2008 by Earthtimes, UK - The Members also plan to promote the Expanding the Promise of Individuals with Autism Act (HR 1881), announced last year by Reps. Doyle and Smith along with ...

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      As noted by Earthtimes, UK on March 31, 2008, "The Members also plan to promote the Expanding the Promise of Individuals with Autism Act (HR 1881), announced last year by Reps. Doyle and Smith along with ..." (http://www.earthtimes.org/articles/show/reps-smith-and-doyle-autism,334942.shtml)
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