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  • Latest Action: Jun 30, 2011 Introduced in Senate

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    • Coastal Carolina Taxpayers Association (CCTA): NTU: The ... - November 30, 2011 by Lynn Childs - ... year window, rather than the ten year window used by the Super Committee. Most Expensive Bill of the Week: The Bill: S. 1321, Practical Energy Plan Act of 2011, Annualized Cost: $1.4 billion ($6.8 billion over five years) ...

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      As noted by Lynn Childs on November 30, 2011, "... year window, rather than the ten year window used by the Super Committee. Most Expensive Bill of the Week: The Bill: S. 1321, Practical Energy Plan Act of 2011, Annualized Cost: $1.4 billion ($6.8 billion over five years) ..." (http://cctaxpayers.blogspot.com/2011/11/ntu-taxpayers-tab-november-29-2011.html)
    • Most Expensive Bill of the Week – The Bill: S. 1321, Practical Energy ... - November 30, 2011 by a12iggymom - S. 1321 would expand domestic oil production by reopening offshore and outer continental shelf zones where drilling has been suspended since the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. To augment proven oil reserves, a new tax ...

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      As noted by a12iggymom on November 30, 2011, "S. 1321 would expand domestic oil production by reopening offshore and outer continental shelf zones where drilling has been suspended since the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. To augment proven oil reserves, a new tax ..." (http://a12iggymom.wordpress.com/2011/11/29/most-expensive-bill-of-the-week-the-bill-s-1321-practical-energy-plan-act-of-2011/)
    • WashingtonWatch.com - S. 1321, A bill to establish energy policies ... - June 30, 2011 by http://www.washingtonwatch.com/bills/ - U.S. Congress: S. 1321, A bill to establish energy policies to make measurable gains in reducing dependence on foreign oil, saving Americans money, increasing United States competitiveness, improving energy security, ...

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      As noted by http://www.washingtonwatch.com/bills/ on June 30, 2011, "U.S. Congress: S. 1321, A bill to establish energy policies to make measurable gains in reducing dependence on foreign oil, saving Americans money, increasing United States competitiveness, improving energy security, ..." (http://www.washingtonwatch.com/bills/show/112_SN_1321.html)

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    • Dems to Christie: Tell us when you leave town - June 05, 2012 by Philadelphia Daily News - The two-page bill, S-1321, requires that every time Christie takes his wife to a dinner and a show in New York City, as he sometimes does, or catches a game at Citizens Bank Park, as he now may be more apt to do since the Mets are better than the Phillies

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      As noted by Philadelphia Daily News on June 05, 2012, "The two-page bill, S-1321, requires that every time Christie takes his wife to a dinner and a show in New York City, as he sometimes does, or catches a game at Citizens Bank Park, as he now may be more apt to do since the Mets are better than the Phillies " (http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/christie_chronicles/157057505.html)
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