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S.3335 Jobs, Energy, Families, and Disaster Relief Act of 2008, 110th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jul 30, 2008 Motion by Senator Reid to reconsider the vote by which cloture was not invoked on the motion to proceed to the measure (Record Vote Number 192) entered in Senate.

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    I know the most recent action for this bill is as follows: "Motion by Senator Reid to reconsider the vote by which cloture was not invoked on the motion to proceed to the measure (Record Vote Number 192) entered in Senate." on Jul 30, 2008
  • This bill's most-recent vote occurred on July 30, 2008, with a roll call of 51 ayes, 43 nays, and 6 not voting.

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    This bill's most-recent vote occurred on July 30, 2008, with a roll call of 51 ayes, 43 nays, and 6 not voting.

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  • 100% of users support S.3335

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    100% of users on OpenCongress.org, a free, non-partisan resource, support S.3335.
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    • How serious is either candidate about alternative energy ... - December 22, 2008 by Earth2Texas - Therefore, having a bill such as S. 3335 passed at the federal level would have not only helped many Texas residents but it would have offered a huge boost to the many businesses that are trying to get into an emerging green market. ...

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      As noted by Earth2Texas on December 22, 2008, "Therefore, having a bill such as S. 3335 passed at the federal level would have not only helped many Texas residents but it would have offered a huge boost to the many businesses that are trying to get into an emerging green market. ..." (http://earth2texas.com/?p=135)
    • PointofLaw.com | PointOfLaw Forum: Trial lawyer lobbying: Let the ... - November 25, 2008 by PointOfLaw Forum - ... also specific interest in the same issue in versions of the bill in which the language of Section 311 was not included (e.g. S. 3335; Jobs, Energy, Families and Disaster Relief Act; and S. Amdt. 5633 and S. Amdt. 5635 to H.R. 6049; ...

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      As noted by PointOfLaw Forum on November 25, 2008, "... also specific interest in the same issue in versions of the bill in which the language of Section 311 was not included (e.g. S. 3335; Jobs, Energy, Families and Disaster Relief Act; and S. Amdt. 5633 and S. Amdt. 5635 to H.R. 6049; ..." (http://www.pointoflaw.com/archives/2008/11/trial-lawyer-lo.php)
    • FactCheck.org: Peach State Piffle - November 20, 2008 by FactCheck.org - S. 3335. U.S. Senate. Vote # 192, 30 July 2008. S. Amdt. 3039 to S.Con.Res. 83. U.S. Senate. Vote # 42, 14 March 2006. "Fall Agenda: Child Tax Credit Expansion." CQ Weekly Online (August 30, 2003): 2079-2080. S.Amdt. 578 to S. 1054. ...

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      As noted by FactCheck.org on November 20, 2008, "S. 3335. U.S. Senate. Vote # 192, 30 July 2008. S. Amdt. 3039 to S.Con.Res. 83. U.S. Senate. Vote # 42, 14 March 2006. "Fall Agenda: Child Tax Credit Expansion." CQ Weekly Online (August 30, 2003): 2079-2080. S.Amdt. 578 to S. 1054. ..." (http://www.factcheck.org/elections-2008/peach_state_piffle.html)

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    • Commercial Building Tax Deduction Set to Expire - September 14, 2008 by EP Magazine, TX - ... the US Senate failed to pass a five-year CBTD extension when it failed to approve S. 3335, the "Jobs, Energy, Families, and Disaster Relief Act of 2008. ...

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      As noted by EP Magazine, TX on September 14, 2008, "... the US Senate failed to pass a five-year CBTD extension when it failed to approve S. 3335, the "Jobs, Energy, Families, and Disaster Relief Act of 2008. ..." (http://www.eponline.com/articles/67364/)
    • Dems to force equal pay vote on McCain - September 03, 2008 by Politico, DC - Senate Republicans blocked cloture on motions to proceed to both S. 3335 and HR 6049 before the break, but Sen. Reid and Sen. Baucus remain committed to ...

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      As noted by Politico, DC on September 03, 2008, "Senate Republicans blocked cloture on motions to proceed to both S. 3335 and HR 6049 before the break, but Sen. Reid and Sen. Baucus remain committed to ..." (http://www.politico.com/blogs/thecrypt/0908/Senate_Dems_to_force_equal_pay_vote_on_McCain.html)
    • A Silly Energy Debate - August 29, 2008 by The Ledger, FL - If Congress were really serious about breaking America's addiction to oil, and especially foreign oil, it would pass legislation (S. 3335 and HR 6049) that ...

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      As noted by The Ledger, FL on August 29, 2008, "If Congress were really serious about breaking America's addiction to oil, and especially foreign oil, it would pass legislation (S. 3335 and HR 6049) that ..." (http://www.theledger.com/article/20080830/NEWS/808300328/-1/WIRE14&title=A_Silly_Energy_Debate)
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