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S.592 Local Community Radio Act of 2009, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Mar 09, 2010 Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 310.

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  • Committee Assignment: Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation

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  • 19% of users oppose S.592

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    19% of users on OpenCongress.org, a free, non-partisan resource, oppose S.592.
  • S.592 has been viewed 14,859 times

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    • S.592: A bill to amend title 46, United States Code, to remove the ... - March 15, 2011 by opencongress.org - Official government data, breaking news and blog coverage, public comments and user community for S.592 A bill to amend title 46, United States Code, to remove the cap on punitive damages established by the Supreme Court in Exxon Shipping Company v. Baker.

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      As noted by opencongress.org on March 15, 2011, "Official government data, breaking news and blog coverage, public comments and user community for S.592 A bill to amend title 46, United States Code, to remove the cap on punitive damages established by the Supreme Court in Exxon Shipping Company v. Baker." (http://www.opencongress.org/bill/112-s592/show)
    • Washington at center of low-power community radio debate | The ... - January 03, 2011 by The Othello Outlook - is the primary sponsor of the Local Community Radio Act (S. 592), which would keep the current system in place and allow more room on the dial for nonprofit stations, like KYRS in Spokane. Station manager Lupito Flores said competing ...

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      As noted by The Othello Outlook on January 03, 2011, "is the primary sponsor of the Local Community Radio Act (S. 592), which would keep the current system in place and allow more room on the dial for nonprofit stations, like KYRS in Spokane. Station manager Lupito Flores said competing ..." (http://othellooutlook.com/?p=16535)
    • ELLIOTT v DEARSLEY. | 73 Wire - January 03, 2011 by 73 Wire - n(5) 2 S. & S. 592. n(6) 2 My. & K. 49. n(7) 2 Ves. 328. n(8) 1 Russ. & My. 752. n(9) 7 H. L. C. 689. personalty were separated from those of the impure personalty and the proceeds of real estate. The question then arises whether the ...

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      As noted by 73 Wire on January 03, 2011, "n(5) 2 S. & S. 592. n(6) 2 My. & K. 49. n(7) 2 Ves. 328. n(8) 1 Russ. & My. 752. n(9) 7 H. L. C. 689. personalty were separated from those of the impure personalty and the proceeds of real estate. The question then arises whether the ..." (http://73wire.com/england-and-wales/elliott-v-dearsley/)

    Highly Rated News Articles

    • Ten Years Later, LPFM Wins the Battle for the Air - December 19, 2010 by GroundReport - ... States Senate quietly passed the Low Power Community Radio Act (S. 592). The House of Representatives passed the Senate bill's counterpart last year. ...

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      As noted by GroundReport on December 19, 2010, " ... States Senate quietly passed the Low Power Community Radio Act (S. 592). The House of Representatives passed the Senate bill's counterpart last year. ... " (http://www.groundreport.com/Media_and_Tech/Ten-Years-Later-LPFM-Wins-the-Battle-for-the-Air/2932230)
    • Holding up community radio bill only hurts us - December 18, 2010 by Statesman Journal - Bill S.592 is a good bill. It would help community radio stations get on the air. Community radio is important because it provides local news, music, ...

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      As noted by Statesman Journal on December 18, 2010, " Bill S.592 is a good bill. It would help community radio stations get on the air. Community radio is important because it provides local news, music, ... " (http://www.statesmanjournal.com/article/20101219/OPINION/12190323/1050)
    • Holding up community radio bill only hurts us - December 18, 2010 by Salem Statesman-Journal - ...is being held up in the U.S. Senate. Bill S.592 is a good bill. It would help community radio stations get on the air. Community radio is important because it provides local news, music, entertainment and promotes the goals of nonprofit organizations. E

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      As noted by Salem Statesman-Journal on December 18, 2010, "...is being held up in the U.S. Senate. Bill S.592 is a good bill. It would help community radio stations get on the air. Community radio is important because it provides local news, music, entertainment and promotes the goals of nonprofit organizations. E" (http://www.statesmanjournal.com/article/20101219/OPINION/12190323/1046)
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