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S.1872 ABLE Act of 2011, 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Nov 15, 2011 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Finance.

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    • Autism Policy and Politics: ABLE Act Action Alert - June 14, 2012 by John J. Pitney, Jr. - 3423 in the House and S.1872 in the Senate. We'll let you know if your Member of Congress co-sponsored an earlier version of the bill in 2009, or is a member of the Congressional Autism Caucus.The momentum continues to ...

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      As noted by John J. Pitney, Jr. on June 14, 2012, "3423 in the House and S.1872 in the Senate. We'll let you know if your Member of Congress co-sponsored an earlier version of the bill in 2009, or is a member of the Congressional Autism Caucus.The momentum continues to ..." (/url?q=http://www.autismpolicyblog.com/2012/06/able-act-action-alert.html&sa=U&ei=TgziT9lhg-LZBeOL6bIL&ved=0CCUQmAEwAg&usg=AFQjCNHg2ujVEHW4iqrtcohpDn-3yrt3mw)
    • Autism Policy and Politics: ABLE Act Action Alert - June 14, 2012 by John J. Pitney, Jr. - 3423 in the House and S.1872 in the Senate. We'll let you know if your Member of Congress co-sponsored an earlier version of the bill in 2009, or is a member of the Congressional Autism Caucus.The momentum continues to ...

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      As noted by John J. Pitney, Jr. on June 14, 2012, "3423 in the House and S.1872 in the Senate. We'll let you know if your Member of Congress co-sponsored an earlier version of the bill in 2009, or is a member of the Congressional Autism Caucus.The momentum continues to ..." (/url?q=http://www.autismpolicyblog.com/2012/06/able-act-action-alert.html&sa=U&ei=5aLgT7KbCe6J8gHx4pjwCA&ved=0CCUQmAEwAg&usg=AFQjCNFsIX3jV8Qh9069u9maI9R_TFYaAQ)
    • Autism Policy and Politics: ABLE Act Action Alert - June 14, 2012 by John J. Pitney, Jr. - 3423 in the House and S.1872 in the Senate. We'll let you know if your Member of Congress co-sponsored an earlier version of the bill in 2009, or is a member of the Congressional Autism Caucus.The momentum continues to ...

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      As noted by John J. Pitney, Jr. on June 14, 2012, "3423 in the House and S.1872 in the Senate. We'll let you know if your Member of Congress co-sponsored an earlier version of the bill in 2009, or is a member of the Congressional Autism Caucus.The momentum continues to ..." (/url?q=http://www.autismpolicyblog.com/2012/06/able-act-action-alert.html&sa=U&ei=hk_fT974IcW62gXXjJn5CQ&ved=0CCUQmAEwAg&usg=AFQjCNHJo7UDJMaDUiz6-PRg98NU9e4iBQ)

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    • Obama and Romney rancor is rising, but rhetoric of past races was worse - July 14, 2012 by Examiner - President Ulysses S. Grant's 1872 opponent, newspaperman Horace Greeley, complained of being "assailed so bitterly that I hardly knew whether I was running for the Presidency or the penitentiary," according to a recently published book, “Presidential ...

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      As noted by Examiner on July 14, 2012, "President Ulysses S. Grant's 1872 opponent, newspaperman Horace Greeley, complained of being "assailed so bitterly that I hardly knew whether I was running for the Presidency or the penitentiary," according to a recently published book, “Presidential ..." (http://www.examiner.com/article/obama-and-romney-rancor-is-rising-but-rhetoric-of-past-races-was-worse)
    • Credit Suisse (Eur) Form 8.5 (EPT/NON-RI) - Glencore International Plc - June 26, 2012 by Bloomberg - Credit Suisse (Eur) - Form 8.5 (EPT/NON-RI) - Glencore International Plc RNS Number : 1616G Credit Suisse Securities (Eur) Ltd 26 June 2012    FORM 8.5 (EPT/NON-RI)   PUBLIC OPENING POSITION DISCLOSURE/DEALING DISCLOSURE BY AN EXEMPT ...

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      As noted by Bloomberg on June 26, 2012, "Credit Suisse (Eur) - Form 8.5 (EPT/NON-RI) - Glencore International Plc RNS Number : 1616G Credit Suisse Securities (Eur) Ltd 26 June 2012    FORM 8.5 (EPT/NON-RI)   PUBLIC OPENING POSITION DISCLOSURE/DEALING DISCLOSURE BY AN EXEMPT ..." (http://www.bloomberg.com/article/2012-06-26/aCa5v9LUEAEY.html)
    • 'Presidential Campaign Posters' book discussion at Library of Congress June 19 - June 17, 2012 by Examiner - "God Grant US peace", punned one Ulysses S. Grant poster in 1868. Grant's 1872 opponent, newspaperman Horace Greeley, was helped little by Currier & Ives' elaborate poster. Greeley was "assailed so bitterly that I hardly knew whether I was running for the

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      As noted by Examiner on June 17, 2012, ""God Grant US peace", punned one Ulysses S. Grant poster in 1868. Grant's 1872 opponent, newspaperman Horace Greeley, was helped little by Currier & Ives' elaborate poster. Greeley was "assailed so bitterly that I hardly knew whether I was running for the " (http://www.examiner.com/article/presidential-campaign-posters-book-discussion-at-library-of-congress-june-19)
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