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S.3852 Healthy Media for Youth Act, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Sep 28, 2010 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions.

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    • What your representatives are doing (or not) about Quantitative ... - December 01, 2010 by Untitled - S.3852 establishes a clear framework to identify overlapping federal programs, and requires more focused efforts to identify potential taxpayer savings. On September 29, 2010, the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs ...

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      As noted by Untitled on December 01, 2010, "S.3852 establishes a clear framework to identify overlapping federal programs, and requires more focused efforts to identify potential taxpayer savings. On September 29, 2010, the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs ..." (http://www.richmondteaparty.com/2010/12/what-your-representatives-are-doing-or-not-about-quantitative-easing/)
    • Senate introduces Healthy Media for Youth Act (S.3852) « - November 19, 2010 by Untitled - Recently, Senator Kay Hagan introduced (S. 3852) in the US Senate. This bill supports media literacy programs and youth empowerment groups, like the Girl Scouts, and encourages healthy, balanced, and positive images of girls and women ...

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      As noted by Untitled on November 19, 2010, "Recently, Senator Kay Hagan introduced (S. 3852) in the US Senate. This bill supports media literacy programs and youth empowerment groups, like the Girl Scouts, and encourages healthy, balanced, and positive images of girls and women ..." (http://soazgirlscouts.wordpress.com/2010/11/20/senate-introduces-healthy-media-for-youth-act-s-3852/)
    • Healthy Media for Youth Act « Media Misses - October 31, 2010 by Media Misses - If it passes through Congress, the House (H.R.4925) and Senate (S.3852) bills, collectively known as the Healthy Media for Youth Act, would do a couple of key things. It would provide federal grant money for media literacy programs and ...

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      As noted by Media Misses on October 31, 2010, "If it passes through Congress, the House (H.R.4925) and Senate (S.3852) bills, collectively known as the Healthy Media for Youth Act, would do a couple of key things. It would provide federal grant money for media literacy programs and ..." (http://mediamisses.wordpress.com/2010/11/01/healthy-media-for-youth-act/)

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