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S.1766 Reciprocal Market Access Act of 2009, 111th Congress

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

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    • S. 1766 [110th]: Low Carbon Economy Act of 2007 (GovTrack.us) - September 15, 2010 by Active Legislation -- Tracked by GovTrack.us - 10 Jul 2007

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    • Conservatives4Congress: Joe Miller: “Exhibit 'A' for why Senator ... - July 01, 2010 by Conservatives4Congress - She, in fact, co-sponsored a cap-and-trade Senate bill in 2007 (S.1766, July 11, 2007). Miller calls Murkowski's decision to meet with President Obama and the Democrats regarding moving this legislation forward, “Exhibit 'A' for why ...

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      As noted by Conservatives4Congress on July 01, 2010, "She, in fact, co-sponsored a cap-and-trade Senate bill in 2007 (S.1766, July 11, 2007). Miller calls Murkowski's decision to meet with President Obama and the Democrats regarding moving this legislation forward, “Exhibit 'A' for why ..." (http://www.conservatives4congress.com/2010/07/joe-miller-exhibit-for-why-senator.html)
    • Wetlands Witness « Bayou Child – One Cajun's Life - April 24, 2010 by Bayou Child - One Cajun's Life - On September 22, Senator Vitter and Senator Mary Landrieu of Louisiana introduced S. 1765 and S. 1766, identical bills to provide disaster relief and recovery incentives for Louisiana. These bills would allow the President to issue ...

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      As noted by Bayou Child - One Cajun's Life on April 24, 2010, "On September 22, Senator Vitter and Senator Mary Landrieu of Louisiana introduced S. 1765 and S. 1766, identical bills to provide disaster relief and recovery incentives for Louisiana. These bills would allow the President to issue ..." (http://bayouchild.wordpress.com/2010/04/26/wetlands-witness/)

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