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H.R.2623 To amend the Federal securities laws to clarify and expand the definition of certain persons under those laws., 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jul 30, 2009 Received in the Senate and Read twice and referred to the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs.

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    • Dot Calm's Page of Truth & Sedition: 372 Bills That Have Been ... - October 02, 2010 by Dot Calm's Page of Truth & Sedition - 206) H.R. 2623, Clarifying and expanding the definition of certain persons under the federal securities law 207) H.R. 2646, Government Accountability Office Improvement Act 208) H.R. 2661, Court Security Enhancement Act ...

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      As noted by Dot Calm's Page of Truth & Sedition on October 02, 2010, "206) H.R. 2623, Clarifying and expanding the definition of certain persons under the federal securities law 207) H.R. 2646, Government Accountability Office Improvement Act 208) H.R. 2661, Court Security Enhancement Act ..." (http://dotcalmspage.blogspot.com/2010/10/372-bills-that-have-been-passed-by.html)
    • Senate Holds Up House-Passed Bills—Is That Good or Bad? - September 05, 2010 by The WashingtonWatch.com Blog - HR 2623, To amend the Federal securities laws to clarify and expand the definition of certain persons under those laws. ————. HR 2646, Government Accountability Office Improvement Act of 2010 ...

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      As noted by The WashingtonWatch.com Blog on September 05, 2010, "HR 2623, To amend the Federal securities laws to clarify and expand the definition of certain persons under those laws. ————. HR 2646, Government Accountability Office Improvement Act of 2010 ..." (http://www.washingtonwatch.com/blog/2010/09/06/senate-holds-up-house-passed-bills-is-that-good-or-bad/)
    • Civil War Notebook: Pension of Harriette A. Woodruff, Mother of ... - June 08, 2010 by Civil War Notebook - The Committee on Invalid Pensions, to whom was referred the bill (H. R. 2623) granting a pension to Harriette A. Woodruff, mother of Eugene A. Woodruff, late first lieutenant in the Corps of Engineers, having considered the same, ...

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      As noted by Civil War Notebook on June 08, 2010, "The Committee on Invalid Pensions, to whom was referred the bill (H. R. 2623) granting a pension to Harriette A. Woodruff, mother of Eugene A. Woodruff, late first lieutenant in the Corps of Engineers, having considered the same, ..." (http://civilwarnotebook.blogspot.com/2010/06/pension-of-harriette-woodruff-mother-of.html)

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    • House Meets At... 10:00 am: Legislative Business - July 28, 2009 by Congress Matters - Driehaus - Financial Services) HR 2623 - To amend the Federal securities laws to clarify and expand the definition of certain persons under those laws (Rep. ...

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      As noted by Congress Matters on July 28, 2009, "Driehaus - Financial Services) HR 2623 - To amend the Federal securities laws to clarify and expand the definition of certain persons under those laws (Rep. ..." (http://www.congressmatters.com/story/2009/7/29/1342/-Today-in-Congress)
    • This Week in Congress - July 26, 2009 by Daily Kos - Matsui - Financial Services) HR 2623 - To amend the Federal securities laws to clarify and expand the definition of certain persons under those laws (Rep. ...

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      As noted by Daily Kos on July 26, 2009, "Matsui - Financial Services) HR 2623 - To amend the Federal securities laws to clarify and expand the definition of certain persons under those laws (Rep. ..." (http://www.dailykos.com/story/2009/7/27/758224/-This-Week-in-Congress)
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