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H.R.5258 Earmark Transparency Act of 2010, 111th Congress

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    • It's Time For Earmark Transparency — Sunlight Foundation Blog - November 29, 2010 by Sunlight Foundation - As Paul just noted, the Senate just rejected a ban on earmarks.

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      As noted by Sunlight Foundation on November 29, 2010, "As Paul just noted, the Senate just rejected a ban on earmarks." (http://blog.sunlightfoundation.com/2010/11/30/its-time-for-earmark-transparency/)
    • It's Time For Earmark Transparency « News That Matters - November 29, 2010 by News That Matters - As Paul just noted, the Senate just rejected a ban on earmarks. In the absence of an outright, Congress-wide ban on earmarks, tracking earmarks and earmark requests becomes far more important. Regardless of who else abstains from ...

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      As noted by News That Matters on November 29, 2010, "As Paul just noted, the Senate just rejected a ban on earmarks. In the absence of an outright, Congress-wide ban on earmarks, tracking earmarks and earmark requests becomes far more important. Regardless of who else abstains from ..." (http://www.planputnam.org/ntm/2010/11/its-time-for-earmark-transparency/)
    • It Ain't Easy Tracking Earmarks - November 16, 2010 by News That Matters - That's why the Sunlight Foundation supports the Earmark Transparency Act (HR 5258 and S 3335), which would require Congress to make all earmark information available in one central location with all of the data that we need to figure ...

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      As noted by News That Matters on November 16, 2010, "That's why the Sunlight Foundation supports the Earmark Transparency Act (HR 5258 and S 3335), which would require Congress to make all earmark information available in one central location with all of the data that we need to figure ..." (http://www.planputnam.org/ntm/2010/11/it-ain%E2%80%99t-easy-tracking-earmarks/)

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