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S.2939 National Guard and Reserve Mental Health Access Act of 2008, 110th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Apr 30, 2008 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Armed Services.

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    • DeMint's Faux Fed Transparency Bill - Blog - OpenCongress - January 26, 2010 by Donny Shaw - But he has also introduced his own version of the bill that would maintain the Fed's current level of secrecy under the guise of the “audit the Fed” ethos (S. 2939). The two bills look outwardly similar. .... Thanks for your attention to the critic

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      As noted by Donny Shaw on January 26, 2010, "But he has also introduced his own version of the bill that would maintain the Fed's current level of secrecy under the guise of the “audit the Fed” ethos (S. 2939). The two bills look outwardly similar. .... Thanks for your attention to the critic" (http://www.opencongress.org/articles/view/1492-DeMint-s-Faux-Fed-Transparency-Bill)
    • Passionate Prose -- Letters to the Editor: Veterans - December 11, 2008 by Passionate Prose -- Letters to the Editor - The bill is S. 2939: National Guard and Reserve Mental Health Access Act of 2008. This bill would help implement mental health services for these soldiers and their families pre-deployment, during deployment and after the soldier ...

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      As noted by Passionate Prose -- Letters to the Editor on December 11, 2008, "The bill is S. 2939: National Guard and Reserve Mental Health Access Act of 2008. This bill would help implement mental health services for these soldiers and their families pre-deployment, during deployment and after the soldier ..." (http://startelegrameditwriters.typepad.com/letters_to_the_startelegr/2008/12/veterans.html)
    • Property Tax Rebates, Consumer Rights Legislation, And Greater ... - December 02, 2008 by New York RealEstateRama - Chapter 441, L. 2007 (S. 2939, Larkin) Authorizes the conduct of bingo games without a license, where no participant or other person pays anything of value for the opportunity to participate, when such game is conducted in a ...

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      As noted by New York RealEstateRama on December 02, 2008, "Chapter 441, L. 2007 (S. 2939, Larkin) Authorizes the conduct of bingo games without a license, where no participant or other person pays anything of value for the opportunity to participate, when such game is conducted in a ..." (http://newyork.realestaterama.com/2007/12/19/property-tax-rebates-consumer-rights-legislation-and-greater-accountability-in-the-lending-industry-highlight-new-laws-to-take-effect-january-1-2008-ID0188.html)

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