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H.R.2559 Helping Homeless Heroes Act of 2011, 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jul 29, 2011 Referred to the Subcommittee on Health.

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  • Committee Assignment: House Committee on Energy and Commerce - Health

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    • The Newsroom Fact Check: Episode 3: The 112th Congress - July 11, 2012 by Newsroom Fact Check - The bill referenced (H.R. 2559) is a 2004 bill called the "Military Construction Appropriation Act" and had nothing to do with veterans benefits. The broadcast then reveals the funding behind the Tea Party. From all the ...

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      As noted by Newsroom Fact Check on July 11, 2012, "The bill referenced (H.R. 2559) is a 2004 bill called the "Military Construction Appropriation Act" and had nothing to do with veterans benefits. The broadcast then reveals the funding behind the Tea Party. From all the ..." (/url?q=http://www.newsroomfactcheck.com/2012/07/episode-3-112th-congress.html&sa=U&ei=d2MEUJifE6ag2gWfytCrBQ&ved=0CCgQmAEwAw&usg=AFQjCNEKJZMEZYZmsLmrl41GM6y66r4DfQ)
    • The Newsroom Fact Check: Episode 3: The 112th Congress - July 11, 2012 by Newsroom Fact Check - The bill referenced (H.R. 2559) is a 2004 bill called the "Military Construction Appropriation Act" and had nothing to do with veterans benefits. The broadcast then reveals the funding behind the Tea Party. From all the ...

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      As noted by Newsroom Fact Check on July 11, 2012, "The bill referenced (H.R. 2559) is a 2004 bill called the "Military Construction Appropriation Act" and had nothing to do with veterans benefits. The broadcast then reveals the funding behind the Tea Party. From all the ..." (/url?q=http://www.newsroomfactcheck.com/2012/07/episode-3-112th-congress.html&sa=U&ei=4BYDUPLVIZGJ2AW8pbCaCw&ved=0CCgQmAEwAw&usg=AFQjCNEYeqeaP55Wkj7s39qA_X-ZV1R-wQ)
    • The Newsroom Fact Check: Episode 3: The 112th Congress - July 10, 2012 by Newsroom Fact Check - The bill referenced (H.R. 2559) is a 2004 bill called the "Military Construction Appropriation Act" and had nothing to do with veterans benefits. The broadcast then reveals the funding behind the Tea Party. From all the ...

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      As noted by Newsroom Fact Check on July 10, 2012, "The bill referenced (H.R. 2559) is a 2004 bill called the "Military Construction Appropriation Act" and had nothing to do with veterans benefits. The broadcast then reveals the funding behind the Tea Party. From all the ..." (/url?q=http://www.newsroomfactcheck.com/2012/07/episode-3-112th-congress.html&sa=U&ei=McAJULDkO-qi2gWnrrmnBw&ved=0CDEQmAEwBQ&usg=AFQjCNGIjBt2VLHEFCDSqTHZNdSmIR4PFw)

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    • Pending Legislation - May 07, 2012 by Tuscon Citizen - ...a national cemetery, and for other purposes. provide for an additional power for the American Legion under its Federal charter. H.R.2559 : Helping Homeless Heroes Act of 2011: A bill to amend title 38, United States Code, to make certain improvements in

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      As noted by Tuscon Citizen on May 07, 2012, "...a national cemetery, and for other purposes. provide for an additional power for the American Legion under its Federal charter. H.R.2559 : Helping Homeless Heroes Act of 2011: A bill to amend title 38, United States Code, to make certain improvements in" (http://tucsoncitizen.com/veteranveritas/2012/05/07/pending-legislation-2/)
    • Army Nurse Corps: Celebrating 111 years of proud service - January 31, 2012 by United States Army - On Aug. 9, 1955, President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed H.R. 2559, the bill that authorized reserve commissions to male nurses. Army nurses were deployed during the Vietnam War (1960-1975), beginning in 1965 during the rapid build-up of American forces.

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      As noted by United States Army on January 31, 2012, "On Aug. 9, 1955, President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed H.R. 2559, the bill that authorized reserve commissions to male nurses. Army nurses were deployed during the Vietnam War (1960-1975), beginning in 1965 during the rapid build-up of American forces." (http://www.army.mil/article/72961/)
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