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H.R.2143 To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to allow the Secretary of the Treasury to not impose a penalty for failure to disclose reportable transactions when..., 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Apr 28, 2009 Referred to the House Committee on Ways and Means.

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    • Ravens45: Gambling 2 - October 22, 2010 by Ravens45 - HR 2143, also pending in the House, was introduced in the House in May of 2003 as a revision of HR 21 in part of a growing debate over the extent to which Internet gambling should be regulated. HR 2143 contains the same restrictive ...

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      As noted by Ravens45 on October 22, 2010, "HR 2143, also pending in the House, was introduced in the House in May of 2003 as a revision of HR 21 in part of a growing debate over the extent to which Internet gambling should be regulated. HR 2143 contains the same restrictive ..." (http://ravens45.blogspot.com/2010/10/gambling-2.html)
    • BackyardConservative: Alexi for Dogcatcher - October 17, 2010 by BackyardConservative - ... H.R. 4800, 6/4/02; H.R. 4823, 6/4/02; H.R. 2143, 6/6/02; H.R. 4019, 6/13/02; H.R. 4931, 6/21/02; H.R. 5063, 7/9/02; H.R. 1307, 3/20/03; H.R. 2, 5/9/03; H.R. 2, 5/23/03; H.R. 8, 6/18,/03; H.R. 7, 11/17/03; H.R. 4227, 5/5/04; H.Res. ...

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      As noted by BackyardConservative on October 17, 2010, "... H.R. 4800, 6/4/02; H.R. 4823, 6/4/02; H.R. 2143, 6/6/02; H.R. 4019, 6/13/02; H.R. 4931, 6/21/02; H.R. 5063, 7/9/02; H.R. 1307, 3/20/03; H.R. 2, 5/9/03; H.R. 2, 5/23/03; H.R. 8, 6/18,/03; H.R. 7, 11/17/03; H.R. 4227, 5/5/04; H.Res. ..." (http://backyardconservative.blogspot.com/2010/10/alexi-for-dogcatcher.html)
    • Giannoulias Fiscal Irresponsibility - October 13, 2010 by americanpoliticalcommentary.net - ... 4/18/02; HR 4626, 5/21/02; HR 4800, 6/4/02; HR 4823, 6/4/02; HR 2143, 6/6/02; HR 4019, 6/13/02; HR 4931, 6/21/02; HR 5063, 7/9/02; HR 1307, 3/20/03; HR 2, 5/9/03; HR 2, 5/23/03; HR 8, 6/18,/03; HR 7, 11/17/03; HR 4227, 5/5/04; H. ...

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      As noted by americanpoliticalcommentary.net on October 13, 2010, "... 4/18/02; HR 4626, 5/21/02; HR 4800, 6/4/02; HR 4823, 6/4/02; HR 2143, 6/6/02; HR 4019, 6/13/02; HR 4931, 6/21/02; HR 5063, 7/9/02; HR 1307, 3/20/03; HR 2, 5/9/03; HR 2, 5/23/03; HR 8, 6/18,/03; HR 7, 11/17/03; HR 4227, 5/5/04; H. ..." (http://americanpoliticalcommentary.net/2010/10/14/giannoulias-fiscal-irresponsibility.aspx?ref=rss)

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