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H.R.6521 International Prevention of Child Marriage Act of 2010, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Dec 14, 2010 Referred to the House Committee on Foreign Affairs.

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    • A Collection of Odd.: The Holiday Season - Thinking About The Children - December 26, 2010 by A Collection of Odd. - In contrast, Ranking Member Ros-Lehtinen has introduced H.R. 6521, which would result in no more than $1 million in potential costs, while making it clear that child marriage is a violation of human rights and that its prevention should ...

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      As noted by A Collection of Odd. on December 26, 2010, "In contrast, Ranking Member Ros-Lehtinen has introduced H.R. 6521, which would result in no more than $1 million in potential costs, while making it clear that child marriage is a violation of human rights and that its prevention should ..." (http://weirdtv.blogspot.com/2010/12/holiday-season-thinking-about-children.html)
    • Republicans Kill Anti-Child Marriage Bill: Why? | Discounted ... - December 21, 2010 by Discounted Bridal Gowns - H.R. 6521, while removing the language in S. 987 that would create the $67 million in costs, would nevertheless provide for: (a) Sense of the Congress statements that child marriage is a violation of human rights and that its prevention ...

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      As noted by Discounted Bridal Gowns on December 21, 2010, "H.R. 6521, while removing the language in S. 987 that would create the $67 million in costs, would nevertheless provide for: (a) Sense of the Congress statements that child marriage is a violation of human rights and that its prevention ..." (http://discountedbridalgowns.net/republicans-kill-anti-child-marriage-bill-why/)
    • YouTube - Republicans Kill Anti-Child Marriage Bill: Why? - December 19, 2010 by Uploads by TheYoungTurks - CBO estimates that the Ros-Lehtinen bill (H.R. 6521) would cost no more than $1 million in outlays over five years, while S. 987, as passed by the Senate, would cost an estimated $67 Million in outlays over five years. ...

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      As noted by Uploads by TheYoungTurks on December 19, 2010, "CBO estimates that the Ros-Lehtinen bill (H.R. 6521) would cost no more than $1 million in outlays over five years, while S. 987, as passed by the Senate, would cost an estimated $67 Million in outlays over five years. ..." (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvowC0KcMUg)

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