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S.1652 Consumer Mobile Fairness Act of 2011, 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Oct 13, 2011 Committee on the Judiciary. Hearings held. Hearings printed: S.Hrg. 112-177.

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    • We shouldn't have to surrender our rights for our cell phones ... - November 21, 2011 by Christine Hines - Solution: We must urge Congress to pass two bills, the Arbitration Fairness Act (“AFA,” S. 987 and H.R. 1873) and the Consumer Mobile Fairness Act (“CMFA,” S. 1652) which would restore consumer's rights. The AFA would ...

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      As noted by Christine Hines on November 21, 2011, "Solution: We must urge Congress to pass two bills, the Arbitration Fairness Act (“AFA,” S. 987 and H.R. 1873) and the Consumer Mobile Fairness Act (“CMFA,” S. 1652) which would restore consumer's rights. The AFA would ..." (http://www.citizenvox.org/2011/11/21/verizon-wireless-lawsuit-forced-arbitration-class-action-consumer-arbitration-fairness-act-consumer-mobile-fairness-act/)
    • Don't take your guns to town. - Thieves in the Temple. - October 22, 2011 by Alec Mento - The Arbitration Fairness Act would, at least, prohibit some corporations from forcing you into an unwanted agreement; the Consumer Mobile Fairness Act (S. 1652) would do the same for cell phones and mobile devices. ...

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      As noted by Alec Mento on October 22, 2011, "The Arbitration Fairness Act would, at least, prohibit some corporations from forcing you into an unwanted agreement; the Consumer Mobile Fairness Act (S. 1652) would do the same for cell phones and mobile devices. ..." (http://www.thievesblog.com/2011/10/dont-take-your-guns-to-town.html)
    • Legislation Would Empower Consumers Over Corporations, Give Them ... - October 22, 2011 by Christine Hines - The Arbitration Fairness Act (S. 987) and the Consumer Mobile Fairness Act (S. 1652) would give consumers just that. The former would end a common predatory practice – forced arbitration – in which people who open bank ...

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      As noted by Christine Hines on October 22, 2011, "The Arbitration Fairness Act (S. 987) and the Consumer Mobile Fairness Act (S. 1652) would give consumers just that. The former would end a common predatory practice – forced arbitration – in which people who open bank ..." (http://www.fairarbitrationnow.org/content/legislation-would-empower-consumers-over-corporations-give-them-their-day-court)

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    • Oconto Bowling - March 28, 2012 by Green Bay Press-Gazette - High team game: Crivello's 596 » High team series: Crivello's 1652 » High ind. game: Becky Wiegman 177, Michelle Strom 161, Tracey Bostedt 154. » High ind. series: Tracey Bostedt 437, Michelle Strom 430, Becky Wiegman 414. » Team standings ...

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      As noted by Green Bay Press-Gazette on March 28, 2012, "High team game: Crivello's 596 » High team series: Crivello's 1652 » High ind. game: Becky Wiegman 177, Michelle Strom 161, Tracey Bostedt 154. » High ind. series: Tracey Bostedt 437, Michelle Strom 430, Becky Wiegman 414. » Team standings ..." (http://www.greenbaypressgazette.com/article/20120328/GPG1009/203280799)
    • EEOC, Practicing What it Preaches, Employs Most Diverse Federal Legal Workforce - March 23, 2012 by The BLT: Blog of Legal Times - Of the SEC’s 1,652 lawyers, 81 percent are white, 7 percent are black, 4 percent are Hispanic and 58 percent are men. The full EEOC report is available here.

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      As noted by The BLT: Blog of Legal Times on March 23, 2012, "Of the SEC’s 1,652 lawyers, 81 percent are white, 7 percent are black, 4 percent are Hispanic and 58 percent are men. The full EEOC report is available here." (http://legaltimes.typepad.com/blt/2012/03/eeoc-practicing-what-it-preaches-employs-most-diverse-federal-legal-workforce.html)
    • Take the Christ out of Christmas - December 12, 2011 by Guam Pacific Daily News - After the Reformation, the Puritans were appalled by the excess and non-biblical practices associated with Christmas, and launched an actual war on Christmas that culminated in the English Parliament's 1652 decision to outlaw Christmas.

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      As noted by Guam Pacific Daily News on December 12, 2011, "After the Reformation, the Puritans were appalled by the excess and non-biblical practices associated with Christmas, and launched an actual war on Christmas that culminated in the English Parliament's 1652 decision to outlaw Christmas." (http://www.guampdn.com/article/20111213/OPINION02/112130311/Take-Christ-out-Christmas)
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