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S.1723 TARP Recipient Ownership Trust Act of 2009, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Sep 29, 2009 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs.

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    • Get to know the TRUTH about Senatorial Candidate Dan Coats - October 18, 2010 by The Bird's Way - In 1998, Coats voted to kill the Kennedy amendment to S.1723, which was an amendment to prohibit employers from sponsoring foreign workers if they had laid off US workers with similar skills in the preceding six months. [S 1723, 5/18/98 ...

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      As noted by The Bird's Way on October 18, 2010, "In 1998, Coats voted to kill the Kennedy amendment to S.1723, which was an amendment to prohibit employers from sponsoring foreign workers if they had laid off US workers with similar skills in the preceding six months. [S 1723, 5/18/98 ..." (http://thebirdsway.blogspot.com/2010/10/get-to-know-truth-about-senatorial.html)
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      As noted by Open Congress : Top 20 Bills Most Written... on September 01, 2010, "Bill S. 1723 ; on May 18, 1998. Voted–NO–on limiting welfare for immigrants. Bill S.947 ; on Jun 24, 1997. SPONSORED PROVIDING FUNDING FOR SOCIAL SERVICES FOR ILLEGAL ALIENS. Funding (S.AMDT.407. Source: Wall Street Journal ..." (http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-s947/show)
    • DOJ Sues Sheriff Joe Arpaio « The Washington Independent - September 01, 2010 by The Washington Independent - Bill S. 1723 ; on May 18, 1998. Voted--NO--on limiting welfare for immigrants. Bill S.947 ; on Jun 24, 1997. SPONSORED PROVIDING FUNDING FOR SOCIAL SERVICES FOR ILLEGAL ALIENS. Funding (S.AMDT.4072 to S.2611) 06-SP4072 on May 18, 2006. ...

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      As noted by The Washington Independent on September 01, 2010, "Bill S. 1723 ; on May 18, 1998. Voted--NO--on limiting welfare for immigrants. Bill S.947 ; on Jun 24, 1997. SPONSORED PROVIDING FUNDING FOR SOCIAL SERVICES FOR ILLEGAL ALIENS. Funding (S.AMDT.4072 to S.2611) 06-SP4072 on May 18, 2006. ..." (http://washingtonindependent.com/96528/doj-sues-sheriff-joe-arpaio)

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