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H.R.657 Federal Workforce Reduction Act of 2011, 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Feb 18, 2011 Referred to the Subcommittee on Federal Workforce, U.S. Postal Service, and Labor Policy .

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  • Committee Assignment: House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform - Federal Workforce, U.S. Postal Service, and the Census

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  • 17% of users oppose H.R.657

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    • Eastern Kentucky Civil War Claims - Eastern Kentucky and the Civil ... - April 24, 2012 by Marlitta H. Perkins - (H. R. 657) for the relief of M. B. Moseley, of Irvine, of the State of Kentucky; to the Committee on War Claims. [46th Congress, First Session, 1879] The absence of any regularly established tribunal for the adjudication of claims ...

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      As noted by Marlitta H. Perkins on April 24, 2012, "(H. R. 657) for the relief of M. B. Moseley, of Irvine, of the State of Kentucky; to the Committee on War Claims. [46th Congress, First Session, 1879] The absence of any regularly established tribunal for the adjudication of claims ..." (/url?q=http://eakycivilwar.blogspot.com/2012/04/eastern-kentucky-civil-war-claims.html&sa=U&ei=S40XUOXoOoik8gSM5YHAAw&ved=0CDcQmAEwBg&usg=AFQjCNEadCnJvue61pQqNoHxA5uQLMmOAQ)
    • Eastern Kentucky Civil War Claims - Eastern Kentucky and the Civil ... - April 24, 2012 by Marlitta H. Perkins - (H. R. 657) for the relief of M. B. Moseley, of Irvine, of the State of Kentucky; to the Committee on War Claims. [46th Congress, First Session, 1879] The absence of any regularly established tribunal for the adjudication of claims ...

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      As noted by Marlitta H. Perkins on April 24, 2012, "(H. R. 657) for the relief of M. B. Moseley, of Irvine, of the State of Kentucky; to the Committee on War Claims. [46th Congress, First Session, 1879] The absence of any regularly established tribunal for the adjudication of claims ..." (/url?q=http://eakycivilwar.blogspot.com/2012/04/eastern-kentucky-civil-war-claims.html&sa=U&ei=8V0TULOmMY-G8QSo6oCICw&ved=0CDcQmAEwBg&usg=AFQjCNH1CEeUUtWJBtpGzetS2NWyyTFBOw)
    • Eastern Kentucky Civil War Claims - Eastern Kentucky and the Civil ... - April 24, 2012 by Marlitta H. Perkins - (H. R. 657) for the relief of M. B. Moseley, of Irvine, of the State of Kentucky; to the Committee on War Claims. [46th Congress, First Session, 1879] The absence of any regularly established tribunal for the adjudication of claims ...

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      As noted by Marlitta H. Perkins on April 24, 2012, "(H. R. 657) for the relief of M. B. Moseley, of Irvine, of the State of Kentucky; to the Committee on War Claims. [46th Congress, First Session, 1879] The absence of any regularly established tribunal for the adjudication of claims ..." (/url?q=http://eakycivilwar.blogspot.com/2012/04/eastern-kentucky-civil-war-claims.html&sa=U&ei=Sf8RUPWrHoP-8AT0hYCwCQ&ved=0CDcQmAEwBg&usg=AFQjCNEY-Tjfq0ri_AyQuFpub522HYL4QQ)

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    • Pending Legislative Proposals Targeting Pay and Benefits - February 29, 2012 by FedSmith.com - This bill is in the hands of the Senate Budget Committee. H.R. 657 calls for cuts in the federal workforce. All agencies, other than Defense, Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security—which account for 60 percent of the workforce—would be able to hire ...

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      As noted by FedSmith.com on February 29, 2012, "This bill is in the hands of the Senate Budget Committee. H.R. 657 calls for cuts in the federal workforce. All agencies, other than Defense, Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security—which account for 60 percent of the workforce—would be able to hire ..." (http://www.fedsmith.com/headline/related/7937/)
    • Pending Legislative Proposals Targeting Pay and Benefits - February 29, 2012 by FedSmith.com - This bill is in the hands of the Senate Budget Committee. H.R. 657 calls for cuts in the federal workforce. All agencies, other than Defense, Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security—which account for 60 percent of the workforce—would be able to hire ...

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      As noted by FedSmith.com on February 29, 2012, "This bill is in the hands of the Senate Budget Committee. H.R. 657 calls for cuts in the federal workforce. All agencies, other than Defense, Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security—which account for 60 percent of the workforce—would be able to hire ..." (http://www.fedsmith.com/article/3326/pending-legislative-proposals-targeting-pay-benefits.html)
    • NTEU Keeping Count of 'Harmful' Legislation - February 29, 2012 by FedSmith.com - This bill is in the hands of the Senate Budget Committee. H.R. 657 calls for cuts in the federal workforce. All agencies, other than Defense, Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security—which account for 60 percent of the workforce—would be able to hire ...

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      As noted by FedSmith.com on February 29, 2012, "This bill is in the hands of the Senate Budget Committee. H.R. 657 calls for cuts in the federal workforce. All agencies, other than Defense, Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security—which account for 60 percent of the workforce—would be able to hire ..." (http://www.fedsmith.com/article/3326/nteu-keeping-count-harmful-legislation.html)
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