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H.R.3765 Regulations From the Executive in Need of Scrutiny Act of 2009, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Oct 19, 2009 Referred to the Subcommittee on Commercial and Administrative Law.

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    • Limiting Regulatory Overreach - December 30, 2010 by Conservative Voices - Congressman Geoff Davis (R-Kentucky) has already introduced similar legislation in the US House, (HR 3765). The REINS Act would require that every new major rule proposed by federal agencies be approved via joint resolution passed by ...

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      As noted by Conservative Voices on December 30, 2010, "Congressman Geoff Davis (R-Kentucky) has already introduced similar legislation in the US House, (HR 3765). The REINS Act would require that every new major rule proposed by federal agencies be approved via joint resolution passed by ..." (http://conservativevoicesus.blogspot.com/2010/12/limiting-regulatory-overreach.html)
    • Limiting Regulatory Overreach - December 29, 2010 by ARRA News Service - Congressman Geoff Davis (R-Kentucky) has already introduced similar legislation in the US House, (HR 3765). The REINS Act would require that every new major rule proposed by federal agencies be approved via joint resolution passed by ...

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      As noted by ARRA News Service on December 29, 2010, "Congressman Geoff Davis (R-Kentucky) has already introduced similar legislation in the US House, (HR 3765). The REINS Act would require that every new major rule proposed by federal agencies be approved via joint resolution passed by ..." (http://arkansasgopwing.blogspot.com/2010/12/limiting-regulatory-overreach.html)
    • DFG Issues: To Assemblyman Nielsen - December 05, 2010 by Pie N Politics - 3826 & HR 3765. 2. My understanding is that groups like Earthjustice, PacificRivers, RiverKeepers, Trout Unlimited, Center for Biological Diversity, etc. can all bill the state for their fees and consultants fees when they represent ...

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      As noted by Pie N Politics on December 05, 2010, "3826 & HR 3765. 2. My understanding is that groups like Earthjustice, PacificRivers, RiverKeepers, Trout Unlimited, Center for Biological Diversity, etc. can all bill the state for their fees and consultants fees when they represent ..." (http://pienpolitics.com/?p=2337)

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