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S.2367 21st Century Language Act of 2012, 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Dec 28, 2012 Became Public Law No: 112-231.

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  • This bill's most-recent vote occurred on December 05, 2012, with a roll call of 398 ayes, 1 nays, and 32 not voting.

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    • ** Senate finally passes a budget approves bill striking word 'lunatic ... - May 26, 2012 by http://www.octofinder.com/word - ... Senate on Wednesday quickly approved legislation that would remove the word “lunatic” everywhere it appears in the federal code. The Senate approved S. 2367 by unanimous consent, giving the House a chance to act [...]

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      As noted by http://www.octofinder.com/word on May 26, 2012, "... Senate on Wednesday quickly approved legislation that would remove the word “lunatic” everywhere it appears in the federal code. The Senate approved S. 2367 by unanimous consent, giving the House a chance to act [...]" (/url?q=http://www.octofinder.com/%40/037172cad294bd36da09554fdd2b5fa3&sa=U&ei=L3_IT7GfCY662gXtwu3HDQ&ved=0CEoQmAEwCA&usg=AFQjCNHgdGx-sFzT52Wxo3vlfBSWTgSx2Q)
    • iOwnTheWorld.com » Blog Archive » The Senate Is Nuckin' Futs! - May 26, 2012 by Cardigan - ... the word “lunatic” everywhere it appears in the federal code. The Senate approved S. 2367 by unanimous consent, giving the House a chance to act if it wishes, although no House member has introduced a similar bill.

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      As noted by Cardigan on May 26, 2012, "... the word “lunatic” everywhere it appears in the federal code. The Senate approved S. 2367 by unanimous consent, giving the House a chance to act if it wishes, although no House member has introduced a similar bill." (/url?q=http://iowntheworld.com/blog/%3Fp%3D134869&sa=U&ei=L3_IT7GfCY662gXtwu3HDQ&ved=0CDkQmAEwBA&usg=AFQjCNEpF8O-blJkg2tKGCgLpwrx_BcGXw)
    • ** Senate finally passes a budget approves bill striking word 'lunatic ... - May 26, 2012 by http://www.octofinder.com/word - ... Senate on Wednesday quickly approved legislation that would remove the word “lunatic” everywhere it appears in the federal code. The Senate approved S. 2367 by unanimous consent, giving the House a chance to act [...]

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      As noted by http://www.octofinder.com/word on May 26, 2012, "... Senate on Wednesday quickly approved legislation that would remove the word “lunatic” everywhere it appears in the federal code. The Senate approved S. 2367 by unanimous consent, giving the House a chance to act [...]" (/url?q=http://www.octofinder.com/%40/037172cad294bd36da09554fdd2b5fa3&sa=U&ei=-drFT6q8IaLW2gXIjM3iAQ&ved=0CEQQmAEwBw&usg=AFQjCNGqshsj8TxcFzFP15LGl_lAdTNMsg)

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    • Out of Sight, Out of Mind - December 07, 2012 by MN Progressive Project - ...Wednesday December 5th, the House of Representatives voted on S.2367: A bill to strike the word "lunatic" from Federal law, and for other purposes. Michele Bachmann did not vote on the matter. Perhaps it struck too close to home. It seems lame to duck t

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      As noted by MN Progressive Project on December 07, 2012, "...Wednesday December 5th, the House of Representatives voted on S.2367: A bill to strike the word "lunatic" from Federal law, and for other purposes. Michele Bachmann did not vote on the matter. Perhaps it struck too close to home. It seems lame to duck t" (http://www.mnprogressiveproject.com/diary/12745/out-of-sight-out-of-mind)
    • Today in Congress: FDA bill finally underway; student loans up next - May 24, 2012 by DAILY KOS - The Senate finally did reach an agreement on amendments to the FDA bill, which means they also finally did agree to agree to their prior agreement that they'd stop debating whether or not to start debating the bill, and start actually debating ...

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      As noted by DAILY KOS on May 24, 2012, "The Senate finally did reach an agreement on amendments to the FDA bill, which means they also finally did agree to agree to their prior agreement that they'd stop debating whether or not to start debating the bill, and start actually debating ..." (http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/05/24/1094349/-Today-in-Congress-FDA-bill-finally-underway-student-loans-up-next)
    • Senate agrees to strike 'lunatic' from federal law - May 23, 2012 by Thehill.com - The Senate on Wednesday quickly approved legislation that would remove the word "lunatic" everywhere it appears in the federal code. The Senate approved S. 2367 by unanimous consent, giving the House a chance to act if it wishes, although no House member .

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      As noted by Thehill.com on May 23, 2012, "The Senate on Wednesday quickly approved legislation that would remove the word "lunatic" everywhere it appears in the federal code. The Senate approved S. 2367 by unanimous consent, giving the House a chance to act if it wishes, although no House member ." (http://thehill.com/blogs/floor-action/senate/229271-senate-agrees-to-strike-lunatic-from-federal-law)
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