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  • Latest Action: Jun 08, 2009 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Finance.

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    • Tax, Fishing, and Other Ramblings: Enhanced Federal Research Tax ... - October 03, 2010 by Tax, Fishing, and Other Ramblings - The Senate (albeit back in June 2009) introduced S. 1203, which effectively mirrors H.R. 422. So there is (or at least was) clearly some support in the Senate as it was introduced with 22 co-sponsors. ...

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      As noted by Tax, Fishing, and Other Ramblings on October 03, 2010, "The Senate (albeit back in June 2009) introduced S. 1203, which effectively mirrors H.R. 422. So there is (or at least was) clearly some support in the Senate as it was introduced with 22 co-sponsors. ..." (http://tax-fishing-and-other.blogspot.com/2010/10/enhanced-federal-research-tax-credits.html)
    • The Scientific Politico: Abstract: President Obama's New R&D Plan - September 15, 2010 by The Scientific Politico - There were several bills floating around Congress last year (S. 1203 and H.R 422) that proposed to do similar things to the credit that the Administrations plan does now. My only pet peeve? Why not just throw out the two formula system, ...

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      As noted by The Scientific Politico on September 15, 2010, "There were several bills floating around Congress last year (S. 1203 and H.R 422) that proposed to do similar things to the credit that the Administrations plan does now. My only pet peeve? Why not just throw out the two formula system, ..." (http://scientificpolitico.blogspot.com/2010/09/abstract-president-obamas-new-r-plan.html)
    • Is the Foreign Account Tax Compliance portion of the HIRE Act ... - July 08, 2010 by ProducersWEB.com - All Articles - 06/08/09 S. 1203 Grow Research Opportunities With Tax Credits' Help Act (GROWTH Act) 05/19/09 H.R. 1 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 03/26/09 S. 722 Taxpayer Certainty and Relief Act of 2009 ...

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      As noted by ProducersWEB.com - All Articles on July 08, 2010, "06/08/09 S. 1203 Grow Research Opportunities With Tax Credits' Help Act (GROWTH Act) 05/19/09 H.R. 1 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 03/26/09 S. 722 Taxpayer Certainty and Relief Act of 2009 ..." (http://www.producersweb.com/r/GSA/d/contentFocus/?adcID=4bc456c1d8c9f10a816e01db124fd02a)

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