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H.R.146 War on Debt Act of 2011, 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jan 05, 2011 Referred to the House Committee on Ways and Means.

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  • 50% of users support H.R.146

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    • On May 10, 2011, by SignOfTheDollar - Seriously! I would support this only if it included a mandate that Members of Congress must sell all their investment assets and use the proceeds to buy these bonds.

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      As noted by SignOfTheDollar, a user on OpenCongress.org, on May 10, 2011, "Seriously! I would support this only if it included a mandate that Members of Congress must sell all their investment assets and use the proceeds to buy these bonds."

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    • Cemex: Rights of US Citizens Should - Dante Acosta for Congress - May 24, 2012 by Becca - Most shocking, though, is that the provisions of H.R. 146, the Public Lands Management Act of 2009, were passed in an omnibus spending bill as earmarks. If the duplicity ended there, perhaps it would not be an issue.

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      As noted by Becca on May 24, 2012, "Most shocking, though, is that the provisions of H.R. 146, the Public Lands Management Act of 2009, were passed in an omnibus spending bill as earmarks. If the duplicity ended there, perhaps it would not be an issue." (/url?q=http://danteacosta.com/2012/05/dante-acosta-mckeon-representing-mammoth-not-the-scv/&sa=U&ei=zC7ZT737NOfA0QX56LH5Aw&ved=0CDoQmAEwBw&usg=AFQjCNFs6GrcxEKLFhDlpfroVC_bjyAxqQ)
    • Cemex: Rights of US Citizens Should - Dante Acosta for Congress - May 24, 2012 by Becca - Most shocking, though, is that the provisions of H.R. 146, the Public Lands Management Act of 2009, were passed in an omnibus spending bill as earmarks. If the duplicity ended there, perhaps it would not be an issue.

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      As noted by Becca on May 24, 2012, "Most shocking, though, is that the provisions of H.R. 146, the Public Lands Management Act of 2009, were passed in an omnibus spending bill as earmarks. If the duplicity ended there, perhaps it would not be an issue." (/url?q=http://danteacosta.com/2012/05/dante-acosta-mckeon-representing-mammoth-not-the-scv/&sa=U&ei=FdLXT5zWHaHg2gXJieC4Dw&ved=0CDIQmAEwBQ&usg=AFQjCNF-th8rq0RoqDK3S8xzIgJUejnQ6Q)
    • Cemex: Rights of US Citizens Should - Dante Acosta for Congress - May 24, 2012 by Becca - Most shocking, though, is that the provisions of H.R. 146, the Public Lands Management Act of 2009, were passed in an omnibus spending bill as earmarks. If the duplicity ended there, perhaps it would not be an issue.

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      As noted by Becca on May 24, 2012, "Most shocking, though, is that the provisions of H.R. 146, the Public Lands Management Act of 2009, were passed in an omnibus spending bill as earmarks. If the duplicity ended there, perhaps it would not be an issue." (/url?q=http://danteacosta.com/2012/05/dante-acosta-mckeon-representing-mammoth-not-the-scv/&sa=U&ei=cYnWT96mIKW42wWi_ZywDw&ved=0CDYQmAEwBg&usg=AFQjCNEqmyLN0Y9xkCKLY9TeQZ4XQiS11g)

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    • Bills of the 111th Congress Concerning Climate Change - October 19, 2012 by The Center for Climate and Energy Solutions - The bills, resolutions, and amendments of the 112th Congress dealing with climate change are divided into the following categories: H.R.300: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Act This bill would reestablish the National Oceanic and Atmosphe

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      As noted by The Center for Climate and Energy Solutions on October 19, 2012, "The bills, resolutions, and amendments of the 112th Congress dealing with climate change are divided into the following categories: H.R.300: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Act This bill would reestablish the National Oceanic and Atmosphe" (http://www.c2es.org/federal/congress/111/climate-change-legislative-proposals)
    • Dante Acosta: McKeon representing Mammoth, not the SCV - May 01, 2012 by Signal - Most shocking, though, is that the provisions of H.R. 146, the Public Lands Management Act of 2009, were passed in an omnibus spending bill as earmarks. If the duplicity ended there, perhaps it would not be an issue. But to add insult to injury ...

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      As noted by Signal on May 01, 2012, "Most shocking, though, is that the provisions of H.R. 146, the Public Lands Management Act of 2009, were passed in an omnibus spending bill as earmarks. If the duplicity ended there, perhaps it would not be an issue. But to add insult to injury ..." (http://www.the-signal.com/section/33/article/64617/)
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