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H.R.6411 Inclusive Prosperity Act, 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Sep 14, 2012 Referred to the House Committee on Ways and Means.

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  • 86% of users support H.R.6411

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    • On October 25, 2012, by atayl3 - "The Inclusive Prosperity Act"...The name alone should alert you to the fact that this is an effort to redistribute wealth. This bill contains an international (tax for U.N distribution) on any real estate transaction in the U.S. Of course it's only imposed on the "evil" people in the U.S. (that's sarcasm in case you don't recognize it). (A) IN GENERAL- An exchange shall be treated as the sale of the property transferred and a purchase of the property received by each party to the exchange. And here it is in the same resolution....Agenda 21 crap. (C) fund international sustainable prosperity programs such as health care investments, AIDS treatment, research and prevention programs, and international assistance. It's also loaded with that "The Secretary will determine" verbiage which puts the power in the hands of one person, the Secretary of the Securities and Exchange Commission, instead of elected legislators. Please urge your legislators to vote "no" on H.R. 6411

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      As noted by atayl3, a user on OpenCongress.org, on October 25, 2012, ""The Inclusive Prosperity Act"...The name alone should alert you to the fact that this is an effort to redistribute wealth. This bill contains an international (tax for U.N distribution) on any real estate transaction in the U.S. Of course it's only imposed on the "evil" people in the U.S. (that's sarcasm in case you don't recognize it). (A) IN GENERAL- An exchange shall be treated as the sale of the property transferred and a purchase of the property received by each party to the exchange. And here it is in the same resolution....Agenda 21 crap. (C) fund international sustainable prosperity programs such as health care investments, AIDS treatment, research and prevention programs, and international assistance. It's also loaded with that "The Secretary will determine" verbiage which puts the power in the hands of one person, the Secretary of the Securities and Exchange Commission, instead of elected legislators. Please urge your legislators to vote "no" on H.R. 6411 "

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