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  • Latest Action: Dec 14, 2011 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions.

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    • FiDA Failed Implant Device Alliance: Bipartisan Senators encounter ... - February 28, 2012 by Joleen Chambers - Grassley, Kohl and Blumenthal have been working to improve post-market safety of medical devices and have introduced the Medical Device Patient Safety Act (S. 1995), which aims at ensuring problems with faulty devices ...

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      As noted by Joleen Chambers on February 28, 2012, "Grassley, Kohl and Blumenthal have been working to improve post-market safety of medical devices and have introduced the Medical Device Patient Safety Act (S. 1995), which aims at ensuring problems with faulty devices ..." (/url?q=http://fida-advocate.blogspot.com/2012/02/bipartisan-senators-encounter-omb-delay.html&sa=U&ei=5hhOT-iDIuSIsAK_lIQe&ved=0CDoQmAEwBw&usg=AFQjCNFLq8iZDXEsoH17TdM4cGDwBu3xcQ)
    • Making Medical Devices Safer - Medical Progress Today - January 16, 2012 by Rita Numerof - Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., and Herb Kohl, D-Wis. introduced The Medical Device Patient Safety Act, S. 1995. This bill would give the FDA the authority to require companies to submit post-market ...

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      As noted by Rita Numerof on January 16, 2012, "Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., and Herb Kohl, D-Wis. introduced The Medical Device Patient Safety Act, S. 1995. This bill would give the FDA the authority to require companies to submit post-market ..." (http://www.medicalprogresstoday.com/2012/01/making-medical-devices-safer.php)
    • Stocks to Watch – Retractable Technologies, Inc. (Public ... - January 05, 2012 by admin - A brand new bill known as The Medical Device Patient Safety Act S. 1995 was introduced on December 27th 2011. The bill gives the Food and Drug Administration the authority to require companies to submit publish-market ...

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      As noted by admin on January 05, 2012, "A brand new bill known as The Medical Device Patient Safety Act S. 1995 was introduced on December 27th 2011. The bill gives the Food and Drug Administration the authority to require companies to submit publish-market ..." (http://www.buypennystocks.com/penny-stocks-blog/stocks-to-watch-retractable-technologies-inc-public-nyseamexrvp)

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    • The Last Hundred Days - July 31, 2012 by Wall Street Journal - The White House Closet Critics of President Obama have discomfited the Washington Post's David Maraniss by cheering his new biography, "Barack Obama: The Story," which shows some aspects of the president's 1995 autobiography to have been fictionalized.

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      As noted by Wall Street Journal on July 31, 2012, "The White House Closet Critics of President Obama have discomfited the Washington Post's David Maraniss by cheering his new biography, "Barack Obama: The Story," which shows some aspects of the president's 1995 autobiography to have been fictionalized." (http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10000872396390444860104577559033619951926.html)
    • Jimmy Kimmel prepares for Emmy Awards hosting job - July 29, 2012 by nola.com - David Letterman’s 1995 Oscars hosting is remembered as a flop, in part because it was perceived to incorporate too much of his late-night edge. I liked it. So did Kimmel. “I operate under the presumption that no one has ever seen my show ...

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      As noted by nola.com on July 29, 2012, "David Letterman’s 1995 Oscars hosting is remembered as a flop, in part because it was perceived to incorporate too much of his late-night edge. I liked it. So did Kimmel. “I operate under the presumption that no one has ever seen my show ..." (http://www.nola.com/tv/index.ssf/2012/07/jimmy_kimmel_prepares_for_emmy.html)
    • Duncan-Williams extends social media sway in Memphis community - July 27, 2012 by The Business Journal - Now, Duncan’s at it again. Last week, the company rolled out the second installation of its web videos promoting the annual Live at the Garden concert series — this time for Seal’s 1995 hit, “Kiss from a Rose.” Already, it’s picking ...

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      As noted by The Business Journal on July 27, 2012, "Now, Duncan’s at it again. Last week, the company rolled out the second installation of its web videos promoting the annual Live at the Garden concert series — this time for Seal’s 1995 hit, “Kiss from a Rose.” Already, it’s picking ..." (http://www.bizjournals.com/memphis/blog/2012/07/duncan-williams-extends-social-media.html)
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