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H.Con.Res.49 Supporting the Local Radio Freedom Act., 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Feb 12, 2009 Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

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  • 9% of users oppose H.Con.Res.49

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    • On February 27, 2009, by GunnyG - NO limits on the 1st Amendment please. Liberals, stop killing freedom.

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      As noted by GunnyG, a user on OpenCongress.org, on February 27, 2009, "NO limits on the 1st Amendment please. Liberals, stop killing freedom."
    • On February 17, 2009, by kgotjesus2001 - This is the antidote to the un-"Fairness" Doctrine!

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      As noted by kgotjesus2001, a user on OpenCongress.org, on February 17, 2009, "This is the antidote to the un-"Fairness" Doctrine! "
    • On June 20, 2009, by steve_hunt_okc - Gunny why do you hate free markets? Why can't labels charge if they want to??? Stop listening to the powerful lobbies or take down your Reagan icon. Here is the reality of this garbage bill: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBjlR5JWtDQ

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      As noted by steve_hunt_okc, a user on OpenCongress.org, on June 20, 2009, "Gunny why do you hate free markets? Why can't labels charge if they want to??? Stop listening to the powerful lobbies or take down your Reagan icon. Here is the reality of this garbage bill: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBjlR5JWtDQ"

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    • Fans of David Archuleta » Are we at 2 Mil yet? Something 'Bout ... - August 10, 2010 by Fans of David Archuleta - In response to vocal concerns from broadcasters over this Performance Tax legislation, the Local Radio Freedom Act (H. Con. Res. 49) has been introduced in the House. This resolution, which opposes this tax, needs to have as many House ...

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      As noted by Fans of David Archuleta on August 10, 2010, "In response to vocal concerns from broadcasters over this Performance Tax legislation, the Local Radio Freedom Act (H. Con. Res. 49) has been introduced in the House. This resolution, which opposes this tax, needs to have as many House ..." (http://fansofdavid.com/2010/08/11/are-we-at-2-mil-yet-something-bout-loves-hd-directors-cut-sbl-by-the-numbers-similar-stylings/)
    • Fans of David Archuleta » Are we at 2 Mil yet? Something 'Bout ... - August 10, 2010 by Fans of David Archuleta - In response to vocal concerns from broadcasters over this Performance Tax legislation, the Local Radio Freedom Act (H. Con. Res. 49) has been introduced in the House. This resolution, which opposes this tax, needs to have as many House ...

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      As noted by Fans of David Archuleta on August 10, 2010, "In response to vocal concerns from broadcasters over this Performance Tax legislation, the Local Radio Freedom Act (H. Con. Res. 49) has been introduced in the House. This resolution, which opposes this tax, needs to have as many House ..." (http://fansofdavid.com/?p=42588)
    • The Columbus Intellectual Property Law Association: MEETING: 3rd ... - May 25, 2010 by The Columbus Intellectual Property Law Association - (But see H. Con. Res. 49 – 245 Co-Sponsors) Senate Judiciary approved 10/15/09 H.R. 2584 Prohibits patents on tax planning methods. Amends section 101 to prohibit patents on tax planning methods (See also S. 506/H.R. 1265) ...

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      As noted by The Columbus Intellectual Property Law Association on May 25, 2010, "(But see H. Con. Res. 49 – 245 Co-Sponsors) Senate Judiciary approved 10/15/09 H.R. 2584 Prohibits patents on tax planning methods. Amends section 101 to prohibit patents on tax planning methods (See also S. 506/H.R. 1265) ..." (http://www.columbus-ip.org/2010/05/meeting-3rd-annual-quad-city-symposium.html)

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