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H.R.6245 Effective Law Enforcement Through Transparent Interrogations Act of 2010, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Dec 20, 2010 Referred to the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security.

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  • Committee Assignment: House Committee on the Judiciary - Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security, and Investigations

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    • Forensic Photoshop: 'Lame Duck' Session Likely to Include Bills on ... - November 15, 2010 by Forensic Photoshop - 29, 2010, the proposed “Effective Law Enforcement Through Transparent Interrogations Act” (HR 6245) was introduced in the House by Rep. Henry Johnson, D-Ga., and the bill was referred to the House Judiciary Committee. ...

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      As noted by Forensic Photoshop on November 15, 2010, "29, 2010, the proposed “Effective Law Enforcement Through Transparent Interrogations Act” (HR 6245) was introduced in the House by Rep. Henry Johnson, D-Ga., and the bill was referred to the House Judiciary Committee. ..." (http://forensicphotoshop.blogspot.com/2010/11/lame-duck-session-likely-to-include.html)
    • House Bill Requires Federal Law Enforcement to Record Interrogations - October 18, 2010 by TVB | Television Broadcast - Action on HR 6245 is not expected until Congress reconvenes following the November elections.

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      As noted by TVB | Television Broadcast on October 18, 2010, "Action on HR 6245 is not expected until Congress reconvenes following the November elections." (http://www.televisionbroadcast.com/article/108090)
    • Forensic Photoshop: House Bill Requires Federal Law Enforcement to ... - October 17, 2010 by Forensic Photoshop - introduced the proposed “Effective Law Enforcement Through Transparent Interrogations Act” (HR 6245) in the House on Sept. 29, and the bill was referred to the Judiciary Committee. However, action on the bill by the committee is not ...

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