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H.J.Res.64 Making further continuing appropriations for fiscal year 2010, and for other purposes., 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jan 13, 2010 On passage, the objections of the President to the contrary notwithstanding Failed by the Yeas and Nays: (2/3 required): 143 - 245, 1 Present (Roll no. 2).

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  • Committee Assignment: House Committee on Appropriations

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  • This bill's most-recent vote occurred on January 13, 2010, with a roll call of 143 ayes, 245 nays, and 44 not voting.

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  • 0% of users support H.J.Res.64

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    • On January 17, 2010, by Anonymous - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VebOTc-7shU

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    • H.J.Res.64: Expressing support for designation of ... - OpenCongress - May 12, 2011 by opencongress.org - Sheila Jackson-Lee of Texas, for example, proved to America that she's focused like a laser beam when she introduced bill HJ Res. 64 on Friday afternoon. What exactly is HJ Res 64? It's a resolution to express support . ...

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      As noted by opencongress.org on May 12, 2011, "Sheila Jackson-Lee of Texas, for example, proved to America that she's focused like a laser beam when she introduced bill HJ Res. 64 on Friday afternoon. What exactly is HJ Res 64? It's a resolution to express support . ..." (http://www.opencongress.org/bill/112-hj64/show)
    • Veto message on HJ Res. 64 : message from the President of the ... - December 07, 2010 by New Books - Washington : USGPO, 2010.

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      As noted by New Books on December 07, 2010, "Washington : USGPO, 2010." (http://pac.csusm.edu/record=b1487782)
    • Government Policy: Regular Vetoes and Pocket Vetoes: An Overview - November 23, 2010 by Government Policy - During the 111th Congress, President Barack H. Obama has vetoed two bills, H.J.Res. 64, an FY2010 appropriations measure, and H.R. 3808, the Interstate Recognition of Notarizations Act of 2010. Date of Report: November 18, 2010 ...

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      As noted by Government Policy on November 23, 2010, "During the 111th Congress, President Barack H. Obama has vetoed two bills, H.J.Res. 64, an FY2010 appropriations measure, and H.R. 3808, the Interstate Recognition of Notarizations Act of 2010. Date of Report: November 18, 2010 ..." (http://government-policy.blogspot.com/2010/11/regular-vetoes-and-pocket-vetoes.html)

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    • HOW THEY VOTED - January 16, 2010 by Sarasota Herald-Tribune - (HJ Res 64) Voting for the measure: Buchanan, Mack, Rooney; voting against: Castor. Martin Luther King: Members voted, 379-0, to approve a resolution ...

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      As noted by Sarasota Herald-Tribune on January 16, 2010, " (HJ Res 64) Voting for the measure: Buchanan, Mack, Rooney; voting against: Castor. Martin Luther King: Members voted, 379-0, to approve a resolution ... " (http://www.heraldtribune.com/article/20100117/ARTICLE/1171047/-1/NEWSSITEMAP)
    • D.C. area congressional votes - January 16, 2010 by Washington Post - Some observers said Obama didn't have to veto HJ Res 64 formally because it had already succumbed to a pocket veto. Pocket vetoes occur when Congress is ...

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      As noted by Washington Post on January 16, 2010, " Some observers said Obama didn't have to veto HJ Res 64 formally because it had already succumbed to a pocket veto. Pocket vetoes occur when Congress is ... " (http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/01/15/AR2010011504051.html)
    • Roll Call - January 14, 2010 by Pocono Record - 13 failed to override President Obama's veto of a short-term appropriations bill (HJ Res 64) that Congress originally thought would be needed to temporarily ...

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      As noted by Pocono Record on January 14, 2010, " 13 failed to override President Obama's veto of a short-term appropriations bill (HJ Res 64) that Congress originally thought would be needed to temporarily ... " (http://www.poconorecord.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20100115/NEWS/1150363/-1/news)
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