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S.3681 Presidential Funding Act of 2010, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jul 30, 2010 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Finance.

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  • 50% of users oppose S.3681

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    • Government Policy: Campaign Finance: Potential Legislative and ... - November 09, 2010 by Government Policy - Neither H.R. 6061 nor S. 3681 have been the subject of additional action. Also in the 111th Congress, Representative Cole has introduced legislation (H.R. 2992) to repeal public financing for presidential nominating conventions. ...

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      As noted by Government Policy on November 09, 2010, "Neither H.R. 6061 nor S. 3681 have been the subject of additional action. Also in the 111th Congress, Representative Cole has introduced legislation (H.R. 2992) to repeal public financing for presidential nominating conventions. ..." (http://government-policy.blogspot.com/2010/11/campaign-finance-potential-legislative.html)
    • Government Policy: Campaign Finance: Potential Legislative and ... - September 30, 2010 by Government Policy - Neither H.R. 6061 nor S. 3681 have been the subject of additional action. Also in the 111th Congress, Representative Cole has H.R. 2992 introduced legislation to repeal public financing for presidential nominating conventions. ...

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      As noted by Government Policy on September 30, 2010, "Neither H.R. 6061 nor S. 3681 have been the subject of additional action. Also in the 111th Congress, Representative Cole has H.R. 2992 introduced legislation to repeal public financing for presidential nominating conventions. ..." (http://government-policy.blogspot.com/2010/10/campaign-finance-potential-legislative.html)
    • Penny Hill Press » Blog Archive » Campaign Finance: Potential ... - September 30, 2010 by Penny Hill Press - Neither H.R. 6061 nor S. 3681 have been the subject of additional action. Also in the 111th Congress, Representative Cole has H.R. 2992 introduced legislation to repeal public financing for presidential nominating conventions. ...

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      As noted by Penny Hill Press on September 30, 2010, "Neither H.R. 6061 nor S. 3681 have been the subject of additional action. Also in the 111th Congress, Representative Cole has H.R. 2992 introduced legislation to repeal public financing for presidential nominating conventions. ..." (http://www2.pennyhill.com/?p=11554)

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