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H.R.4423 Congressional Pay Raise Elimination Act of 2010, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jan 12, 2010 Introduced in House

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  • 100% of users support H.R.4423

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    • Your Congress January - December 05, 2010 by Conservative Thoughts - 20 Jan 2010

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      As noted by Conservative Thoughts on December 05, 2010, "20 Jan 2010 " (http://www.google.com/interstitial?url=http://conservativethoughts.us/2010/01/21/your-congress-january/)
    • Proposed Pay Freeze for Federal Workers November 30, 2010 - November 29, 2010 by Suite101: US State Policy Articles - Representative Joe Sestak introduced a bill, H.R. 4423 that proposes to permanently end automatic pay raises for political legislators. The summary from the Library of Congress for H.R. 4423, the Congressional Pay Raise Elimination Act ...

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      As noted by Suite101: US State Policy Articles on November 29, 2010, "Representative Joe Sestak introduced a bill, H.R. 4423 that proposes to permanently end automatic pay raises for political legislators. The summary from the Library of Congress for H.R. 4423, the Congressional Pay Raise Elimination Act ..." (http://www.suite101.com/content/proposed-pay-freeze-for-federal-workers-november-30-2010-a315056)
    • Where the “Representational” Money Goes - October 22, 2010 by The WashingtonWatch.com Blog - The Congressional Pay Raise Elimination Act of 2010 (HR 4423); The Deficit Accountability Act of 2009 (HR 201); The Congressional Pay Reform Act of 2009 (HR 215); The Delay Congressional Pay Raise Act (HR 282); To repeal the provision ...

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      As noted by The WashingtonWatch.com Blog on October 22, 2010, "The Congressional Pay Raise Elimination Act of 2010 (HR 4423); The Deficit Accountability Act of 2009 (HR 201); The Congressional Pay Reform Act of 2009 (HR 215); The Delay Congressional Pay Raise Act (HR 282); To repeal the provision ..." (http://www.washingtonwatch.com/blog/2010/10/23/where-the-representational-money-goes/)

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