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S.1508 Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act of 2009, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jul 22, 2010 Became Public Law No: 111-204.

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  • Committee Assignment: Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs

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  • This bill's most-recent vote occurred on July 14, 2010, with a roll call of 414 ayes, 0 nays, and 18 not voting.

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  • 75% of users support S.1508

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    • Ehegattenunterhalt - Aktuelles - November 30, 2010 by aktuelles - ... Beruf tätig ist oder tätig sein könnte bzw. an die vor der Ehe bestehenden Verdienstmöglichkeiten anknüpfen konnte oder anknüpfen könnte, hat keine ehebedingten Nachteile (BGH FamRZ 2008, S. 1508, OLG Düsseldorf, FamFR 2009, S. 88). ...

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      As noted by aktuelles on November 30, 2010, "... Beruf tätig ist oder tätig sein könnte bzw. an die vor der Ehe bestehenden Verdienstmöglichkeiten anknüpfen konnte oder anknüpfen könnte, hat keine ehebedingten Nachteile (BGH FamRZ 2008, S. 1508, OLG Düsseldorf, FamFR 2009, S. 88). ..." (http://anwalt-heinzel-aktuelles.blog.de/2010/12/01/ehegattenunterhalt-10091983/)
    • Ehegattenunterhalt - Aktuelles - November 30, 2010 by aktuelles - ... Beruf tätig ist oder tätig sein könnte bzw. an die vor der Ehe bestehenden Verdienstmöglichkeiten anknüpfen konnte oder anknüpfen könnte, hat keine ehebedingten Nachteile (BGH FamRZ 2008, S. 1508, OLG Düsseldorf, FamFR 2009, S. 88). ...

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      As noted by aktuelles on November 30, 2010, "... Beruf tätig ist oder tätig sein könnte bzw. an die vor der Ehe bestehenden Verdienstmöglichkeiten anknüpfen konnte oder anknüpfen könnte, hat keine ehebedingten Nachteile (BGH FamRZ 2008, S. 1508, OLG Düsseldorf, FamFR 2009, S. 88). ..." (http://anwalt-heinzel-aktuelles.blog.de/2010/12/01/ehegattenunterhalt-10091966/)
    • Government Policy: Improper Payments Information Act of 2002 ... - October 18, 2010 by Government Policy - In the 111th Congress, Senator Carper introduced S. 1508, the Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act (IPERA) of 2009 in July 2009. The Senate passed S. 1508 in June 2010, and the House approved the bill in July 2010 by a vote of ...

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      As noted by Government Policy on October 18, 2010, "In the 111th Congress, Senator Carper introduced S. 1508, the Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act (IPERA) of 2009 in July 2009. The Senate passed S. 1508 in June 2010, and the House approved the bill in July 2010 by a vote of ..." (http://government-policy.blogspot.com/2010/10/improper-payments-information-act-of.html)

    Highly Rated News Articles

    • Congressman Patrick Murphy bill to cut spending signed into law - July 24, 2010 by Bucks Local News - ... Congressman was on hand at the White House as President Obama signed his bipartisan bill, the Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act (S. 1508). ...

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      As noted by Bucks Local News on July 24, 2010, " ... Congressman was on hand at the White House as President Obama signed his bipartisan bill, the Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act (S. 1508). ... " (http://www.buckslocalnews.com/articles/2010/07/25/bucks_news/doc4c48af926a366244489233.txt)
    • - July 22, 2010 by Newark Post - Tom Carper (D-DE) stood with President Barack Obama as he signed The Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act (S.1508) into law. ...

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      As noted by Newark Post on July 22, 2010, " Tom Carper (D-DE) stood with President Barack Obama as he signed The Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act (S.1508) into law. ... " (http://content.usatoday.com/communities/theoval/post/2010/07/obama-government-has-to-stop-spending-as-if-deficits-dont-matter/1)
    • How they voted in Washington - July 17, 2010 by Gary Post Tribune - PREVENTING GOVERNMENT OVERPAYMENTS: The House passed the Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act (S. 1508) to require federal agencies to conduct ...

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      As noted by Gary Post Tribune on July 17, 2010, " PREVENTING GOVERNMENT OVERPAYMENTS: The House passed the Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act (S. 1508) to require federal agencies to conduct ... " (http://www.post-trib.com/news/elections/2506998,votechart0718.article)
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