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S.165 Abortion Non-Discrimination Act of 2011, 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jan 25, 2011 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions.

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    • National Committee for a Human Life Ammendment

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    • BRADWARTHEN.COM » Blog Archive » A thoughtful, informative ... - March 28, 2012 by Brad - The sponsors listed on these bills are Senators Bright, Verdin, Fair, Cromer, S. Martin, Reese, Bryant and Grooms. Currently, the bills in the South Carolina legislature are S. 165: Life Beginning at Conception Act, S. 245: Life ...

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      As noted by Brad on March 28, 2012, "The sponsors listed on these bills are Senators Bright, Verdin, Fair, Cromer, S. Martin, Reese, Bryant and Grooms. Currently, the bills in the South Carolina legislature are S. 165: Life Beginning at Conception Act, S. 245: Life ..." (/url?q=http://bradwarthen.com/%3Fp%3D15734&sa=U&ei=mdd6T6PvMeKi2wXGv6GnAw&ved=0CEQQmAEwBw&usg=AFQjCNFmJn07-pU0Z67zm6emrmPrvkjfCg)
    • BRADWARTHEN.COM » Blog Archive » A thoughtful, informative ... - March 27, 2012 by Brad - The sponsors listed on these bills are Senators Bright, Verdin, Fair, Cromer, S. Martin, Reese, Bryant and Grooms. Currently, the bills in the South Carolina legislature are S. 165: Life Beginning at Conception Act, S. 245: Life ...

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      As noted by Brad on March 27, 2012, "The sponsors listed on these bills are Senators Bright, Verdin, Fair, Cromer, S. Martin, Reese, Bryant and Grooms. Currently, the bills in the South Carolina legislature are S. 165: Life Beginning at Conception Act, S. 245: Life ..." (/url?q=http://bradwarthen.com/%3Fp%3D15734&sa=U&ei=xxJ5T_zvL6fM2gXL3LC1Bg&ved=0CEAQmAEwBg&usg=AFQjCNHuKCMpkuFqQIfdNAdYg_00APq-Dg)
    • BRADWARTHEN.COM » Blog Archive » A thoughtful, informative ... - March 27, 2012 by Brad - The sponsors listed on these bills are Senators Bright, Verdin, Fair, Cromer, S. Martin, Reese, Bryant and Grooms. Currently, the bills in the South Carolina legislature are S. 165: Life Beginning at Conception Act, S. 245: Life ...

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      As noted by Brad on March 27, 2012, "The sponsors listed on these bills are Senators Bright, Verdin, Fair, Cromer, S. Martin, Reese, Bryant and Grooms. Currently, the bills in the South Carolina legislature are S. 165: Life Beginning at Conception Act, S. 245: Life ..." (/url?q=http://bradwarthen.com/%3Fp%3D15734&sa=U&ei=JMd3T9KeF6bg2AXOzsG1Bg&ved=0CDwQmAEwBQ&usg=AFQjCNH5RIy94l9pYSBp_fRDUpD0G_3AUQ)

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    • Muni investors need more protection, SEC says - July 31, 2012 by Boston Globe - The SEC’s 165-page report said the municipal bond market is ‘‘illiquid and opaque.’’ It recommended that Congress require the issuers of municipal bonds to provide the same information that investors receive in other financial markets.

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      As noted by Boston Globe on July 31, 2012, "The SEC’s 165-page report said the municipal bond market is ‘‘illiquid and opaque.’’ It recommended that Congress require the issuers of municipal bonds to provide the same information that investors receive in other financial markets." (http://www.boston.com/business/markets/articles/2012/08/01/municipal_bond_market_investors_need_more_protection_sec_says/)
    • S.E.C. Urges Reforms of Municipal Bond Market - July 31, 2012 by New York Times - The S.E.C.’s 165- page report said that the municipal bond market is “illiquid and opaque” and recommended that Congress require the issuers of municipal bonds to provide the same information that investors receive in other financial markets.

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      As noted by New York Times on July 31, 2012, "The S.E.C.’s 165- page report said that the municipal bond market is “illiquid and opaque” and recommended that Congress require the issuers of municipal bonds to provide the same information that investors receive in other financial markets." (http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/01/business/sec-urges-reforms-of-municipal-bond-market.html)
    • Regulators call for reform of municipal bond market - July 31, 2012 by Memphis Commercial Appeal - The SEC's 165-page report said that the municipal bond market is "illiquid and opaque" and recommended that Congress require the issuers of municipal bonds to provide the same information that investors receive in other financial markets.

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      As noted by Memphis Commercial Appeal on July 31, 2012, "The SEC's 165-page report said that the municipal bond market is "illiquid and opaque" and recommended that Congress require the issuers of municipal bonds to provide the same information that investors receive in other financial markets." (http://www.commercialappeal.com/news/2012/jul/31/regulators-call-for-reform-of-municipal-bond/?partner=RSS)
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