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H.R.3815 Homeland Security Open Source Information Enhancement Act of 2008, 110th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Sep 24, 2008 Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 1051.

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  • Committee Assignment: House Committee on Homeland Security - Counterterrorism and Intelligence

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  • 50% of users oppose H.R.3815

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    • Real Estate Blog - Fantasy Football, AR Style! - December 23, 2008 by Rich's Blog - ... holiday (2), hollywood (1), hollywoodland (1), home america mortgage (187), home decor (1), hong kong (1), honorees (1), horror (2), horror films (1), horse (1), house (1), hr 3815 (1), human rights (2), humor (3) ...

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      As noted by Rich's Blog on December 23, 2008, "... holiday (2), hollywood (1), hollywoodland (1), home america mortgage (187), home decor (1), hong kong (1), honorees (1), horror (2), horror films (1), horse (1), house (1), hr 3815 (1), human rights (2), humor (3) ..." (http://activerain.com/blogsview/850577/Fantasy-Football-AR-Style)
    • Real Estate Blog - Wordless Wednesday - December 23, 2008 by Rich's Blog - ... holiday (2), hollywood (1), hollywoodland (1), home america mortgage (187), home decor (1), hong kong (1), honorees (1), horror (2), horror films (1), horse (1), house (1), hr 3815 (1), human rights (2), humor (3) ...

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      As noted by Rich's Blog on December 23, 2008, "... holiday (2), hollywood (1), hollywoodland (1), home america mortgage (187), home decor (1), hong kong (1), honorees (1), horror (2), horror films (1), horse (1), house (1), hr 3815 (1), human rights (2), humor (3) ..." (http://activerain.com/blogsview/851442/Wordless-Wednesday)
    • Real Estate Blog - Goodbye FHA Secure - December 18, 2008 by Rich's Blog - ... high museum of art (1), hike (1), holiday (2), hollywood (1), hollywoodland (1), home america mortgage (185), home decor (1), hong kong (1), honorees (1), horror (2), horror films (1), horse (1), house (1), hr 3815 (1) ...

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      As noted by Rich's Blog on December 18, 2008, "... high museum of art (1), hike (1), holiday (2), hollywood (1), hollywoodland (1), home america mortgage (185), home decor (1), hong kong (1), honorees (1), horror (2), horror films (1), horse (1), house (1), hr 3815 (1) ..." (http://activerain.com/blogsview/845374/Goodbye-FHA-Secure)

    Highly Rated News Articles

    • House Homeland Subcommittee Approves Bills to Ease Access to ... - June 10, 2008 by CQPolitics.com, DC - The final bill ( HR 3815 ), sponsored by Ed Perlmutter , D-Colo., would require DHS to use all available information to analyze national critical ...

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      As noted by CQPolitics.com, DC on June 10, 2008, "The final bill ( HR 3815 ), sponsored by Ed Perlmutter , D-Colo., would require DHS to use all available information to analyze national critical ..." (http://www.cqpolitics.com/wmspage.cfm?parm1=5&docID=news-000002894999)
    • Panel Ponders Controlled Documents - June 10, 2008 by HSToday, MD - ... including the Homeland Security Open Source Information Enhancement Act of 2007 (HR 3815), the Reducing Over-Classification Act of 2007 (HR 4806), ...

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      As noted by HSToday, MD on June 10, 2008, "... including the Homeland Security Open Source Information Enhancement Act of 2007 (HR 3815), the Reducing Over-Classification Act of 2007 (HR 4806), ..." (http://hstoday.us/content/view/3747/128/)
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