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S.1375 Ending Excessive Corporate Deductions for Stock Options Act, 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jul 14, 2011 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Finance.

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    • Weekly Rewind: Week of May 29th - June 01, 2012 by Nathan - The House returned S.1375 to the Senate with amendments. This legislation establishes a procedure that allows local governing bodies to provide AUTHORIZATION FOR BICYCLISTS AND PEDESTRIANS TO USE THE ...

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      As noted by Nathan on June 01, 2012, "The House returned S.1375 to the Senate with amendments. This legislation establishes a procedure that allows local governing bodies to provide AUTHORIZATION FOR BICYCLISTS AND PEDESTRIANS TO USE THE ..." (/url?q=http://nathansnews.com/2012/06/weekly-rewind-week-of-may-29th/&sa=U&ei=SeD9T4jVNoeC2AX_3oHYDA&ved=0CCQQmAEwAg&usg=AFQjCNEaFWLtuRz-hyhnaHr2GeWb30wq4g)
    • Weekly Rewind: Week of May 29th - June 01, 2012 by Nathan - The House returned S.1375 to the Senate with amendments. This legislation establishes a procedure that allows local governing bodies to provide AUTHORIZATION FOR BICYCLISTS AND PEDESTRIANS TO USE THE ...

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      As noted by Nathan on June 01, 2012, "The House returned S.1375 to the Senate with amendments. This legislation establishes a procedure that allows local governing bodies to provide AUTHORIZATION FOR BICYCLISTS AND PEDESTRIANS TO USE THE ..." (/url?q=http://nathansnews.com/2012/06/weekly-rewind-week-of-may-29th/&sa=U&ei=45H8T-XVKuSJ2AWOj9GBCg&ved=0CCQQmAEwAg&usg=AFQjCNGIvUYIb6DpRytxs6wZJjK-jASL3w)
    • Legislative Report – May 17, 2012 - May 22, 2012 by Joe Daning - S.1375 which allows bicycles on limited access non-interstate highways was on the agenda in my committee this week. We heard from both SCDOT and bicycle enthusiasts. SCDOT did not oppose the bill and would allow for ...

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      As noted by Joe Daning on May 22, 2012, "S.1375 which allows bicycles on limited access non-interstate highways was on the agenda in my committee this week. We heard from both SCDOT and bicycle enthusiasts. SCDOT did not oppose the bill and would allow for ..." (/url?q=http://joedaning.com/%3Fp%3D392&sa=U&ei=BF3rT-GaGtH-2QXttsTDAQ&ved=0CEEQmAEwCQ&usg=AFQjCNGHN3m1ejDzBAx5v4N0eCX8bakH0A)

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    • Petition calls for city to allow bikes on J.I. Connector - November 05, 2012 by Charleston City Paper - ...Conservation League, who claim credit for drafting the bill's language. Charleston Republican Sen. Chip Campsen introduced Bill S.1375 near the end of March with the support of bike advocacy group Charleston Moves. The bill was signed into law in June w

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      As noted by Charleston City Paper on November 05, 2012, "...Conservation League, who claim credit for drafting the bill's language. Charleston Republican Sen. Chip Campsen introduced Bill S.1375 near the end of March with the support of bike advocacy group Charleston Moves. The bill was signed into law in June w" (http://www.charlestoncitypaper.com/charleston/petition-calls-for-city-to-allow-bikes-on-ji-connector/Content?oid=4225628)
    • UPDATE 2-Gas-rich Tanzania plans to raise royalties - July 27, 2012 by Reuters - Forty percent of Tanzania's 1,375 MW capacity came from natural gas by the end of June compared to 1,014 MW a year earlier. Peak demand rose to 820 MW from 730 MW.

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      As noted by Reuters on July 27, 2012, "Forty percent of Tanzania's 1,375 MW capacity came from natural gas by the end of June compared to 1,014 MW a year earlier. Peak demand rose to 820 MW from 730 MW." (http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/07/27/tanzania-energy-idUSL6E8IRLKE20120727)
    • Restaurant inspections | PUBLIC RECORDS | June 4 to June 22 - July 07, 2012 by Evansville Courier-Press - Pizza Hut, 925 N. Green River Road, no violations. Ray Ray's, 1375 Washington Ave., three critical violations: No datemarking on foods held more than 24 hours; food contact surfaces not being sanitized as required (corrected); mop water not ...

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      As noted by Evansville Courier-Press on July 07, 2012, "Pizza Hut, 925 N. Green River Road, no violations. Ray Ray's, 1375 Washington Ave., three critical violations: No datemarking on foods held more than 24 hours; food contact surfaces not being sanitized as required (corrected); mop water not ..." (http://www.courierpress.com/news/2012/jul/07/no-headline---ev_restaurantinspections-rec/)
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