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S.1044 A bill to amend title 10, United States Code, to authorize the Defense Commissary Agency to conduct a pilot program at military institutions to be closed or sub..., 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: May 23, 2011 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Armed Services.

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    • oliviask432 - Shopping at a commissary could save a household a ... - May 01, 2012 by oliviask432 - Senators Snowe and Collins introduced S. 1044 on Might 23, 2011, to allow an “broadened commissary shop” pilot program enabling these shops to trade goods commonly sold by the army transactions, namely booze and ...

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    • The rest of the story: How Cass County voted for state, national candidates - June 05, 2012 by Longview News-Journal - Locally, incumbent Christian received 1,076, or 50.75 percent of votes, to challenger Paddie’s 1,044, or 49.25 percent. But, it was Paddie who triumphed ultimately, garnering 52.16 percent of votes, statewide, to Christian’s 47.83.

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      As noted by Longview News-Journal on June 05, 2012, "Locally, incumbent Christian received 1,076, or 50.75 percent of votes, to challenger Paddie’s 1,044, or 49.25 percent. But, it was Paddie who triumphed ultimately, garnering 52.16 percent of votes, statewide, to Christian’s 47.83." (http://www.news-journal.com/atlanta/news/the-rest-of-the-story-how-cass-county-voted-for/article_6ff63551-9bf4-539b-ab72-00266742d109.html)
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      As noted by St. Louis Post-Dispatch on May 10, 2012, "Struggling children need smaller class sizes to provide essential personal attention, preschools, more hours in class (Missouri's 1,044 hours per year is a national low) and special needs teachers to resolve learning difficulties. In the past ..." (http://www.stltoday.com/news/opinion/mailbag/letters-to-the-editor-may/article_4753a0da-3f33-5d1e-8e93-a11c4bed8d32.html)
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