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H.Con.Res.67 Providing for a conditional adjournment of the House of Representatives and a conditional recess or adjournment of the Senate., 110th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Feb 20, 2007 Message on Senate action sent to the House.

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  • This bill's most-recent vote occurred on February 17, 2007, with a roll call of 47 ayes, 33 nays, and 20 not voting.

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    • PolitiFact | Cherry-picking the record - September 16, 2008 by Politifact.com statements - Senate vote #232, H.Con.Res. 67, May 25, 1995. Senate Vote #56, S.Amdt. 173 to S.Con.Res. 18, March 16, 2005. Senate vote #69, on S.Amdt. 185 to S.Amdt. 170 to H.Con.Res. 83, April 4, 2001. Senate vote #171, on H.R. 4577, June 30, 2000 ...

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      As noted by Politifact.com statements on September 16, 2008, "Senate vote #232, H.Con.Res. 67, May 25, 1995. Senate Vote #56, S.Amdt. 173 to S.Con.Res. 18, March 16, 2005. Senate vote #69, on S.Amdt. 185 to S.Amdt. 170 to H.Con.Res. 83, April 4, 2001. Senate vote #171, on H.R. 4577, June 30, 2000 ..." (http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/723/)
    • votesmart.org part:2 - August 22, 2008 by facecomics - 06/29/1995, budget fy2006 appropriations resolution h con res 67, y, conference report adopted - senate (54 - 46). 05/25/1995, emergency supplemental appropriations and rescissions hr 1158, y, conference report adopted - senate ...

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      As noted by facecomics on August 22, 2008, "06/29/1995, budget fy2006 appropriations resolution h con res 67, y, conference report adopted - senate (54 - 46). 05/25/1995, emergency supplemental appropriations and rescissions hr 1158, y, conference report adopted - senate ..." (http://facecomics.blogspot.com/2008/08/votesmartorg-part2.html)
    • The Capitalist League: Weekly Poll Results - 2/24/2007 - February 29, 2008 by sergs bookmarks - Senate Votes Ñ‚Ð в Congress 110, Senate vote: Vote 52: H CON RES 67 Ñ‚Ð в Congress 110, Senate vote: Vote 51: On the Cloture Motion Ñ‚Ð в Congress 110, House vote: Vote 102: HR 976 Federal Diary A Symbo

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      As noted by sergs bookmarks on February 29, 2008, "Senate Votes тРв Congress 110, Senate vote: Vote 52: H CON RES 67 тРв Congress 110, Senate vote: Vote 51: On the Cloture Motion тРв Congress 110, House vote: Vote 102: HR 976 Federal Diary A Symbo" (http://sergsbookmarks19.blogspot.com/2008/03/capitalist-league-weekly-poll-results.html)

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